from the dept.
Hi - I've got a squishdot site that's been running for about a year now, and I have a couple of questions about the topics in the title of this post...
First off, we have more than 5000 posts now, and I'm just wondering if there's some point at which we'll max out. Is there some number of posts, (or amount of data from posts), after which we'll start running into problems?
Secondly, we're celebrating our 1 year anniversary on the site, and I'm collecting some usage statistics. I know how many hits we've had, but I'm wondering if there's an easy way for me to create a list of each individual who has made a post - each unique "Name" used.
Note that I only have access to the server on which the site is run through the ZMI, so I don't think I can do anything directly in the file system, (running python scripts, etc.)
Our site is a hobby site for kids who are into video games...they post things of interest to them, submit artwork, fanfiction, comics, reviews, and other stuff. It's here if you'd like to check it out.
Any help with my questions would be greatly appreciated!Thanks..
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