Partial results 28 dec 2008

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It's 28 of december 2008. In the first two weeks we seems to have 76 visitors of the test page.

The numbers of clicks was: 40, 32, 21, 23, 28 respectively 23, 21, 19, 22, 27

Some remarks:

1. Some visitors might be so curious as they appears to visit all the pages. Fortunately, this did not affect the final hierarchy.

2. The opinion of the majority is that 1 month it is NOT the right amount of time to write a ISI paper ! On both sections of the test the third answer has got the MINIMUM number of clicks. 21 resp. 19

3. Without Haskell the amount of time required to be able to write a ISI paper seems to be (on the opinion of the majority) 1 YEAR.

4. Haskell users are so optimistic so they claims to write a ISI paper in one day.

Because I was also able to write a new kind of language processor in one day, and this can be a subject of a ISI paper, I have a similar opinion.

I will be back.