The census of the Round Table
Sunday, 25 May 2008

Just recently, our community crossed the boundary of 2000 members. I considered this to be a good reason to create some detailed census of the registered Knights and Ladies of the Round Table of Bretonnia, as well as visitors dropping by. 

Registered Members census

As of this writing, there are 2035 members registered. Of these, 97% are authenticated. That means, the email following the registration is received and the authentication link is clicked, activating the account. From time to time, unauthenticated profiles get pruned which causes the minor fluctuations in the member count. 

Within the last 3 months, 511 members were last seen online (at least logging in once). 805 members filled in their country of origination, with a mayority coming from the English-speaking countries (US, UK, Canada, Australia). Of the non-English countries, there is a remarkable high number from Sweden and the Netherlands.


Countries with less than three members were not included in the graph. You can also see the location of some members in the Members Map .

Looking at the origin in Bretonnia, we are clearly a crusading nation. Of the 553 members who chose a dukedom, almost a third is on crusade! Next is the dukedom of Mousillon, followed by Parravon. 



Web statistics

More detailed statistics can be infered from analyzing the webserver access logs. Used below are the logs starting from January 2008 until today.

Monthly unique visitors:


You can clearly see the trend here - more and more unique visitors are coming to the Round Table! One week remaining in May causes the apparent decline for this month.

Visitors by weekday:


For some reason Bretonnians prefer Sundays and the start of the week.

Visitors by hour (all times in server time (UTC)):


Afternoon and night times in Europe, mornings in the US seem to be the preferred time to browse the site.


Within the logged time, 14696 hits originated through Google search results. Interestingly, we are search result #1 if you google Bretonnia. If you use a more specific search query, we even get a sub-pages index in the results! 5690 hits came in through the Warvault webring.


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 27 May 2008 )