Page 1 of 1

Wikipedia article

PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2008 4:44 am
by ean5533
Howdy. First off, I just want to mention that this is a great piece of software. I'm very impressed at its versatility, but more importantly robustness; that is, I haven't been able to make it break, no matter how hard I try.

That said, here's the real point of my post. I created a Wikipedia article about Subsonic, putting in as many details as I could. However, eventually someone is going to bring up the point that all Wikipedia articles about software must be about "notable" software. So, in order to satisfy the notability requirements, I need to put up some more info -- and that's where I need your help (talking to you, Sidre, and anyone else that has ideas).

If you have any stats that you can put up about usage (how many people use this software), any "notable" persons that use this software, etc., I can reference those facts. Especially if any tech blogs/articles you know of have talked about Subsonic, that would be all I need.

Let me know if you have any ideas regarding this.

PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2008 8:34 am
by sindre_mehus
Hi, and thanks a lot for your effort with writing the Wikipedia article!

Here's a few links to articles about Subsonic (in Spanish and Dutch).
http://www.illasaron.com/html/modules.p ... e&sid=3615
http://www.fan.tv/digitaal/toontext.asp?id=17615
http://web.planet.nl/planetdownload/pd030107.shtml

Download numbers per March 7, 2008 (from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfile ... _id=138060):

Subsonic 3.3: 9,230 downloads
All versions in total: 32,600

Thanks,
Sindre