I've seen the area charts for downloads by version show signs of life occasionally, but it generally never worked. It would be really interesting to see this, anyone know if its on a development roadmap to really implement?
It was great meeting you at AtlasCamp last month. Could you clarify what you're looking for? The download chart is linked from the total number of downloads for the plugin. For your HTML Include Replace plugin, it's https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.javahollic.confluence.plugins.html-include-replace/history. If you see a bug, or if you're looking for something different, I encourage you to raise an issue at https://ecosystem.atlassian.net/browse/AMKT.
Yup, thats what Im talking about, exaclty that, but it doesn't seem to work for all plugins. I've been mostly looking at JEMH. What I was referring to is that I've seen occasional area chart 'beginnings' but then it just dissapears. With JEMH, I have a lot of versions, I'd like to see where people mainly downloading, but there is currently no indication that anyone is downloading a specific version.
If it works for one plugin, why not another, I'll raise a AMKT bug but Im interested in why its different?
Interesting graphs, but I am very surprised that I can see them. Where is the link that any user can see the history of each plugin downloads on the marketplace pages?
I was confused because the wrong type of graph is being used. All the information is not available because it partially hidden by the other line area graphs.
A column graph (excel terminology) per version per month for downloads would be better to display the data for the first graph.
A column graph per week for downloads would be better to dispaly the data for the second graph.
You can also consider a stacking column graph for the first graph as well.
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