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Quadruple Update (again)

Posted 26 March 2008 in by Sam Brown -

I’ve released updates of four of my Pepper.

First of all I released the first stable version of my Notifications Pepper.

Secondly, Locations+ now supports 64-bit architectures and if the database.dat file can not be read it doesn’t prevent Mint from tracking visits anymore.

Due to Chris Thomsons help (again), I was able to revise the infinite loop prevention and connection issue handling in import script of my Tweets Pepper. I also removed the useless foreground graphs.

The biggest changes happened in my Durations Pepper. I’ve added a sweet “Timeline” tab, which displays the average visitor durations of the last day/week/month/year. Additionally should the total visitor duration now appear in Secret Crush’s meta information.

Detailed changes can be found in the version histories on my pepper site.

I’ll now start enhancing my Downloads Pepper. If you have any suggestions, don’t hesitate to write me.

Notifications Beta by Till

Posted 4 March 2008 in by Sam Brown -

Till Krüss took over Tony Gumbel’s Notifications Pepper last week and has just released an early beta version 0.01.

Grab a copy from this link, no release notes as of yet.

New Pepper - Big Total

Posted 22 February 2008 in by Sam Brown -

Sam Parkinson has created his first Pepper for Mint, Big Total.

Big Total will give you a nice big number with either your sites total visits or its total unique visits.

Grab a copy over at Sam Parkinson’s site now.

AdsenseAgg Updated to v1.02

Posted 19 February 2008 in by Sam Brown -

Ernie Oporto has updated his AdsenseAgg Pepper to v1.02.

Displays the last N days of Adsense Activity for the account, up to 2 weeks

This update fixes a few bugs, including a workaround for the new Google Adsense login format and cookie storage location. A recommended upgrade.

Direct Download link to v1.02 | Ernies Blog

New Beta Pepper: Attention Span

Posted 16 February 2008 in by Sam Brown -

Brad Jasper has released a beta of his Pepper, Attention Span.

Attention span shows how sticky your content is by displaying bounce rates and pages per visit information. The higher the pages per visit and lower the bounce rate the stickier your content.

The Pepper has two tabs, one for Bounce Rates and the other for Pages Per Visit. Both vitally important information I never realised I needed until I installed this Pepper. Definitely one to try out folks, and be sure to leave Brad some feedback.