Discussion:
Goanet stats * April 2005
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Frederick Noronha Goanet Volunteer
2005-05-01 10:00:10 UTC
Permalink
Number of messages posted in the month: 1419
Average messages per day: 47.3

Most widely debated threads:

* Cafeteria Catholics (multiple posts)
* Correcting Goa's politics Cajetan Rego (9 posts)
* Re: Predicting who could be the next Pope George Pinto (6 posts)
* Some Reasons for Nature's Fury - Nandkumar Kamat Goa's Pride (5)
* Sat Sacrament ( Hanv Visorlom !!) JoeGoaUk (5 posts)
* Goenkar, Goeantle ani Goembhaile (Uday Bhembre's views) (4 posts)
* Close encounter with Pope John Paul II (Godfrey, 4 posts)
* Parrikar, others mourn Pope's death (Goa's Pride, 3 posts)
* When 'Fort Stikine' blew up in Bombay (3 posts)
* St Patrick's, Karachi Alumni Aloysius D'Souza ( 3 posts)
* How you support Konkani Cause (Film/VCD culture etc) Stephen 2 posts

See http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/thread.html#start

[This listing is not comprehensive or complete and is likely to
be affected by changes in the subject-line of issues debated.]

Some of those who posted to Goanet during this month: Goa's Pride
<goa-world.com> or ALMEIDAG(ji), AF, Santana Afonso (Kuwait/Cuncolim),
International Maritime Agencies (Bombay), VIncent Andrade (Mangalore),
Silviano Barbosa (Canada), Ferdinand Barros, Nagesh Bhatcar (US), Jude
Botelho (UK), Miguel Braganza (Mapusa), The People's Club - Vasco Sports
Club (Jason in Goa), Nasci Caldeira (Melbourne), Joaquim Cardozo, Carlos,
Herman Carneiro (London), Bernado Colaco (Macau, UK, etc), Bevinda
Collaco (Goa), Armande Condillac, Salus Correia, Fausto V. D'Costa
(Mumbai), Demin D'Cruz (Kuwait), Bosco D'Mello (Toronto), Aloysius
D'Souza (Mumbai), Avelino D'Souza (Kuwait), Vivian D'Souza (US and
Socorro), Lawrence D'souza, Lawrie D'Souza (Baga/Kuwait), PD (Pat De
Souza, US), Stephen Fernandes (Muscat/Divar), Venantius Pinto (664 West
163 Street New York), Jessica DS, Duler Ex-Students, Joaquim D'Souza,
GoaDesc (Mapusa), Fleur Dias (Goa), Shona Dryburgh, Joseph Falcao, A.
Veronica Fernandes (Kuwait), Chris Fernandes, Cip Fernandes (London),
Cynthia Fernandes, Dominic Fernandes Eddie Fernandes (London), Tony
Fernandes (Parra/Canada), Winnie Fernandes, Percy Ferrao, Gabriel de
Figueiredo (Australia), The Goan Forum, David Futers (UK), GOACAN
(Mapusa), Vidyadhar Gadgil (Aldona, Goa), Jazz Goa (Mumbai and Goa), Elvin
Godinho, Helga do Rosario Gomes (US), Michael Gonsalves (Pune), Rahul
Goswami (Goa), Mario Goveia, Santosh Helecar (Houston, Texas), Forum for
Senior Citizens of India (Margao, Goa), JoeGoaUk, George K Kurian
(Farmagudi), Maria Guiomar Lima (Portugal), Gilbert Lawrence (US), Rebacca
O'Leary (London), Jen Lewis (UK), Anthony Lobo, Joe Lobo, Mervyn Lobo
(Canada), Oscar & Hazel Lobo (Melbourne), Con Menezes, Gabe Menezes (UK),
Marlon Menezes (US), Melvyn Misquita (Porvorim), Xembuh Moidekar ( ),
Ajay Moraes, FN (Saligao, Goa), Ancy Paladka (Mumbai), Jorge/Livia de
Abreu Noronha (Lisbon), Cyril Pereira), Ethel Pereira (Rome), Sachin
Phadte (US), Cecil Pinto (Miramar), Errol Pinto, George Pinto
(California), Vasu Raekar ( ), Cajetan Rego, Sebastian Rodrigues (Siolim
Goa), Arthur Rodrigues, Savio Rodrigues, EJS Eustaquio Santimano
(Singapore), Allwyn Siqueira, Tony Soares (UK), Daniel F de Souza (Vasco),
Teotonio R de Souza (Lisbon), Fr Ivo Da C Souza (Rachol), Ema Souza-Colaco
(Bahamas), Ana Maria de Souza-Goswami (Betim), St Xavier's College
(Mapusa), Alfred de Tavares (Hasselby, Stockholm), David Tatge, Prof
Philip Thomas (Ribandar), Joe Vaz, Louis Vaz (Saligao, Goa), Sanny Vaz,
Eddie Verdes (Chinchinim/Jedah/KSA), Fleming Viegas, Viviana (US), Rene
Barreto (London), Jose Colaco (Bahamas), Dr Cornel Da Costa (London), Borg
Costa, Angela da Cruz, Maurice D'Mello, Dom Martin (US), Lino Dourado,
Domnic Fernandes (Anjuna/Dhahran, KSA), Gerard Fernandes (Morjim, Goa),
Goa Suraj, Michael Iglesias, Shrihari Kugaji, Muriel and Mario (Saligao,
Goa), Gilbert Menezes, MM DMello, Joao Pereira, Eric Pinto, Halur Rasho
(), Ralph Rau, Luis Rodrigues, Sara Bond (Olaulim, Goa), Steve Smith,
Tomazinho Cardozo (Candolim, Goa), Armstrong Vaz (Cuncolim, Goa), and
others whose names might have missed inclusion.

Further details at:

http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/author.html#start
_____
_/ ____\____ Frederick Noronha (FN) * Freelance Journalist
\ __\/ \ Goa India T +91.832.2409490 M +919822 122436
| | | | \ http://fn.swiki.net http://goabooks.swiki.net
|__| |___| / http://www.bytesforall.net http://www.goanet.org
\/
Philip Thomas
2005-05-01 15:00:00 UTC
Permalink
A comparison of the message stats for previous months shows that there has
been a big jump to the 1400 mark for two months (from about 1000 in Jan &
Feb). [August 2004 marks the peak however at over 1500 probably due to the
alleged church child abuse issue]. So what is the "problem" at goanet?

Perhaps it is the number of "silent members". The April stats provided by
Fred Noronha account for posts by at least 132 individuals/groups (if my
count is correct). They have contributed on average over 10 posts each in
the month, one every three days. But they represent only about 2% of goanet
membership if my information/math is right. What might be of interest are
the numbers of "new" (to goanet) posters and how these seem to be changing
from month to month. Let's hope there has been a steady increase!
Frederick Noronha Goanet Volunteer
2005-05-01 10:00:10 UTC
Permalink
Number of messages posted in the month: 1419
Average messages per day: 47.3

Most widely debated threads:

* Cafeteria Catholics (multiple posts)
* Correcting Goa's politics Cajetan Rego (9 posts)
* Re: Predicting who could be the next Pope George Pinto (6 posts)
* Some Reasons for Nature's Fury - Nandkumar Kamat Goa's Pride (5)
* Sat Sacrament ( Hanv Visorlom !!) JoeGoaUk (5 posts)
* Goenkar, Goeantle ani Goembhaile (Uday Bhembre's views) (4 posts)
* Close encounter with Pope John Paul II (Godfrey, 4 posts)
* Parrikar, others mourn Pope's death (Goa's Pride, 3 posts)
* When 'Fort Stikine' blew up in Bombay (3 posts)
* St Patrick's, Karachi Alumni Aloysius D'Souza ( 3 posts)
* How you support Konkani Cause (Film/VCD culture etc) Stephen 2 posts

See http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/thread.html#start

[This listing is not comprehensive or complete and is likely to
be affected by changes in the subject-line of issues debated.]

Some of those who posted to Goanet during this month: Goa's Pride
<goa-world.com> or ALMEIDAG(ji), AF, Santana Afonso (Kuwait/Cuncolim),
International Maritime Agencies (Bombay), VIncent Andrade (Mangalore),
Silviano Barbosa (Canada), Ferdinand Barros, Nagesh Bhatcar (US), Jude
Botelho (UK), Miguel Braganza (Mapusa), The People's Club - Vasco Sports
Club (Jason in Goa), Nasci Caldeira (Melbourne), Joaquim Cardozo, Carlos,
Herman Carneiro (London), Bernado Colaco (Macau, UK, etc), Bevinda
Collaco (Goa), Armande Condillac, Salus Correia, Fausto V. D'Costa
(Mumbai), Demin D'Cruz (Kuwait), Bosco D'Mello (Toronto), Aloysius
D'Souza (Mumbai), Avelino D'Souza (Kuwait), Vivian D'Souza (US and
Socorro), Lawrence D'souza, Lawrie D'Souza (Baga/Kuwait), PD (Pat De
Souza, US), Stephen Fernandes (Muscat/Divar), Venantius Pinto (664 West
163 Street New York), Jessica DS, Duler Ex-Students, Joaquim D'Souza,
GoaDesc (Mapusa), Fleur Dias (Goa), Shona Dryburgh, Joseph Falcao, A.
Veronica Fernandes (Kuwait), Chris Fernandes, Cip Fernandes (London),
Cynthia Fernandes, Dominic Fernandes Eddie Fernandes (London), Tony
Fernandes (Parra/Canada), Winnie Fernandes, Percy Ferrao, Gabriel de
Figueiredo (Australia), The Goan Forum, David Futers (UK), GOACAN
(Mapusa), Vidyadhar Gadgil (Aldona, Goa), Jazz Goa (Mumbai and Goa), Elvin
Godinho, Helga do Rosario Gomes (US), Michael Gonsalves (Pune), Rahul
Goswami (Goa), Mario Goveia, Santosh Helecar (Houston, Texas), Forum for
Senior Citizens of India (Margao, Goa), JoeGoaUk, George K Kurian
(Farmagudi), Maria Guiomar Lima (Portugal), Gilbert Lawrence (US), Rebacca
O'Leary (London), Jen Lewis (UK), Anthony Lobo, Joe Lobo, Mervyn Lobo
(Canada), Oscar & Hazel Lobo (Melbourne), Con Menezes, Gabe Menezes (UK),
Marlon Menezes (US), Melvyn Misquita (Porvorim), Xembuh Moidekar ( ),
Ajay Moraes, FN (Saligao, Goa), Ancy Paladka (Mumbai), Jorge/Livia de
Abreu Noronha (Lisbon), Cyril Pereira), Ethel Pereira (Rome), Sachin
Phadte (US), Cecil Pinto (Miramar), Errol Pinto, George Pinto
(California), Vasu Raekar ( ), Cajetan Rego, Sebastian Rodrigues (Siolim
Goa), Arthur Rodrigues, Savio Rodrigues, EJS Eustaquio Santimano
(Singapore), Allwyn Siqueira, Tony Soares (UK), Daniel F de Souza (Vasco),
Teotonio R de Souza (Lisbon), Fr Ivo Da C Souza (Rachol), Ema Souza-Colaco
(Bahamas), Ana Maria de Souza-Goswami (Betim), St Xavier's College
(Mapusa), Alfred de Tavares (Hasselby, Stockholm), David Tatge, Prof
Philip Thomas (Ribandar), Joe Vaz, Louis Vaz (Saligao, Goa), Sanny Vaz,
Eddie Verdes (Chinchinim/Jedah/KSA), Fleming Viegas, Viviana (US), Rene
Barreto (London), Jose Colaco (Bahamas), Dr Cornel Da Costa (London), Borg
Costa, Angela da Cruz, Maurice D'Mello, Dom Martin (US), Lino Dourado,
Domnic Fernandes (Anjuna/Dhahran, KSA), Gerard Fernandes (Morjim, Goa),
Goa Suraj, Michael Iglesias, Shrihari Kugaji, Muriel and Mario (Saligao,
Goa), Gilbert Menezes, MM DMello, Joao Pereira, Eric Pinto, Halur Rasho
(), Ralph Rau, Luis Rodrigues, Sara Bond (Olaulim, Goa), Steve Smith,
Tomazinho Cardozo (Candolim, Goa), Armstrong Vaz (Cuncolim, Goa), and
others whose names might have missed inclusion.

Further details at:

http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/author.html#start
_____
_/ ____\____ Frederick Noronha (FN) * Freelance Journalist
\ __\/ \ Goa India T +91.832.2409490 M +919822 122436
| | | | \ http://fn.swiki.net http://goabooks.swiki.net
|__| |___| / http://www.bytesforall.net http://www.goanet.org
\/
Philip Thomas
2005-05-01 15:00:00 UTC
Permalink
A comparison of the message stats for previous months shows that there has
been a big jump to the 1400 mark for two months (from about 1000 in Jan &
Feb). [August 2004 marks the peak however at over 1500 probably due to the
alleged church child abuse issue]. So what is the "problem" at goanet?

Perhaps it is the number of "silent members". The April stats provided by
Fred Noronha account for posts by at least 132 individuals/groups (if my
count is correct). They have contributed on average over 10 posts each in
the month, one every three days. But they represent only about 2% of goanet
membership if my information/math is right. What might be of interest are
the numbers of "new" (to goanet) posters and how these seem to be changing
from month to month. Let's hope there has been a steady increase!
Frederick Noronha Goanet Volunteer
2005-05-01 10:00:10 UTC
Permalink
Number of messages posted in the month: 1419
Average messages per day: 47.3

Most widely debated threads:

* Cafeteria Catholics (multiple posts)
* Correcting Goa's politics Cajetan Rego (9 posts)
* Re: Predicting who could be the next Pope George Pinto (6 posts)
* Some Reasons for Nature's Fury - Nandkumar Kamat Goa's Pride (5)
* Sat Sacrament ( Hanv Visorlom !!) JoeGoaUk (5 posts)
* Goenkar, Goeantle ani Goembhaile (Uday Bhembre's views) (4 posts)
* Close encounter with Pope John Paul II (Godfrey, 4 posts)
* Parrikar, others mourn Pope's death (Goa's Pride, 3 posts)
* When 'Fort Stikine' blew up in Bombay (3 posts)
* St Patrick's, Karachi Alumni Aloysius D'Souza ( 3 posts)
* How you support Konkani Cause (Film/VCD culture etc) Stephen 2 posts

See http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/thread.html#start

[This listing is not comprehensive or complete and is likely to
be affected by changes in the subject-line of issues debated.]

Some of those who posted to Goanet during this month: Goa's Pride
<goa-world.com> or ALMEIDAG(ji), AF, Santana Afonso (Kuwait/Cuncolim),
International Maritime Agencies (Bombay), VIncent Andrade (Mangalore),
Silviano Barbosa (Canada), Ferdinand Barros, Nagesh Bhatcar (US), Jude
Botelho (UK), Miguel Braganza (Mapusa), The People's Club - Vasco Sports
Club (Jason in Goa), Nasci Caldeira (Melbourne), Joaquim Cardozo, Carlos,
Herman Carneiro (London), Bernado Colaco (Macau, UK, etc), Bevinda
Collaco (Goa), Armande Condillac, Salus Correia, Fausto V. D'Costa
(Mumbai), Demin D'Cruz (Kuwait), Bosco D'Mello (Toronto), Aloysius
D'Souza (Mumbai), Avelino D'Souza (Kuwait), Vivian D'Souza (US and
Socorro), Lawrence D'souza, Lawrie D'Souza (Baga/Kuwait), PD (Pat De
Souza, US), Stephen Fernandes (Muscat/Divar), Venantius Pinto (664 West
163 Street New York), Jessica DS, Duler Ex-Students, Joaquim D'Souza,
GoaDesc (Mapusa), Fleur Dias (Goa), Shona Dryburgh, Joseph Falcao, A.
Veronica Fernandes (Kuwait), Chris Fernandes, Cip Fernandes (London),
Cynthia Fernandes, Dominic Fernandes Eddie Fernandes (London), Tony
Fernandes (Parra/Canada), Winnie Fernandes, Percy Ferrao, Gabriel de
Figueiredo (Australia), The Goan Forum, David Futers (UK), GOACAN
(Mapusa), Vidyadhar Gadgil (Aldona, Goa), Jazz Goa (Mumbai and Goa), Elvin
Godinho, Helga do Rosario Gomes (US), Michael Gonsalves (Pune), Rahul
Goswami (Goa), Mario Goveia, Santosh Helecar (Houston, Texas), Forum for
Senior Citizens of India (Margao, Goa), JoeGoaUk, George K Kurian
(Farmagudi), Maria Guiomar Lima (Portugal), Gilbert Lawrence (US), Rebacca
O'Leary (London), Jen Lewis (UK), Anthony Lobo, Joe Lobo, Mervyn Lobo
(Canada), Oscar & Hazel Lobo (Melbourne), Con Menezes, Gabe Menezes (UK),
Marlon Menezes (US), Melvyn Misquita (Porvorim), Xembuh Moidekar ( ),
Ajay Moraes, FN (Saligao, Goa), Ancy Paladka (Mumbai), Jorge/Livia de
Abreu Noronha (Lisbon), Cyril Pereira), Ethel Pereira (Rome), Sachin
Phadte (US), Cecil Pinto (Miramar), Errol Pinto, George Pinto
(California), Vasu Raekar ( ), Cajetan Rego, Sebastian Rodrigues (Siolim
Goa), Arthur Rodrigues, Savio Rodrigues, EJS Eustaquio Santimano
(Singapore), Allwyn Siqueira, Tony Soares (UK), Daniel F de Souza (Vasco),
Teotonio R de Souza (Lisbon), Fr Ivo Da C Souza (Rachol), Ema Souza-Colaco
(Bahamas), Ana Maria de Souza-Goswami (Betim), St Xavier's College
(Mapusa), Alfred de Tavares (Hasselby, Stockholm), David Tatge, Prof
Philip Thomas (Ribandar), Joe Vaz, Louis Vaz (Saligao, Goa), Sanny Vaz,
Eddie Verdes (Chinchinim/Jedah/KSA), Fleming Viegas, Viviana (US), Rene
Barreto (London), Jose Colaco (Bahamas), Dr Cornel Da Costa (London), Borg
Costa, Angela da Cruz, Maurice D'Mello, Dom Martin (US), Lino Dourado,
Domnic Fernandes (Anjuna/Dhahran, KSA), Gerard Fernandes (Morjim, Goa),
Goa Suraj, Michael Iglesias, Shrihari Kugaji, Muriel and Mario (Saligao,
Goa), Gilbert Menezes, MM DMello, Joao Pereira, Eric Pinto, Halur Rasho
(), Ralph Rau, Luis Rodrigues, Sara Bond (Olaulim, Goa), Steve Smith,
Tomazinho Cardozo (Candolim, Goa), Armstrong Vaz (Cuncolim, Goa), and
others whose names might have missed inclusion.

Further details at:

http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/author.html#start
_____
_/ ____\____ Frederick Noronha (FN) * Freelance Journalist
\ __\/ \ Goa India T +91.832.2409490 M +919822 122436
| | | | \ http://fn.swiki.net http://goabooks.swiki.net
|__| |___| / http://www.bytesforall.net http://www.goanet.org
\/
Philip Thomas
2005-05-01 15:00:00 UTC
Permalink
A comparison of the message stats for previous months shows that there has
been a big jump to the 1400 mark for two months (from about 1000 in Jan &
Feb). [August 2004 marks the peak however at over 1500 probably due to the
alleged church child abuse issue]. So what is the "problem" at goanet?

Perhaps it is the number of "silent members". The April stats provided by
Fred Noronha account for posts by at least 132 individuals/groups (if my
count is correct). They have contributed on average over 10 posts each in
the month, one every three days. But they represent only about 2% of goanet
membership if my information/math is right. What might be of interest are
the numbers of "new" (to goanet) posters and how these seem to be changing
from month to month. Let's hope there has been a steady increase!
Frederick Noronha Goanet Volunteer
2005-05-01 10:00:10 UTC
Permalink
Number of messages posted in the month: 1419
Average messages per day: 47.3

Most widely debated threads:

* Cafeteria Catholics (multiple posts)
* Correcting Goa's politics Cajetan Rego (9 posts)
* Re: Predicting who could be the next Pope George Pinto (6 posts)
* Some Reasons for Nature's Fury - Nandkumar Kamat Goa's Pride (5)
* Sat Sacrament ( Hanv Visorlom !!) JoeGoaUk (5 posts)
* Goenkar, Goeantle ani Goembhaile (Uday Bhembre's views) (4 posts)
* Close encounter with Pope John Paul II (Godfrey, 4 posts)
* Parrikar, others mourn Pope's death (Goa's Pride, 3 posts)
* When 'Fort Stikine' blew up in Bombay (3 posts)
* St Patrick's, Karachi Alumni Aloysius D'Souza ( 3 posts)
* How you support Konkani Cause (Film/VCD culture etc) Stephen 2 posts

See http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/thread.html#start

[This listing is not comprehensive or complete and is likely to
be affected by changes in the subject-line of issues debated.]

Some of those who posted to Goanet during this month: Goa's Pride
<goa-world.com> or ALMEIDAG(ji), AF, Santana Afonso (Kuwait/Cuncolim),
International Maritime Agencies (Bombay), VIncent Andrade (Mangalore),
Silviano Barbosa (Canada), Ferdinand Barros, Nagesh Bhatcar (US), Jude
Botelho (UK), Miguel Braganza (Mapusa), The People's Club - Vasco Sports
Club (Jason in Goa), Nasci Caldeira (Melbourne), Joaquim Cardozo, Carlos,
Herman Carneiro (London), Bernado Colaco (Macau, UK, etc), Bevinda
Collaco (Goa), Armande Condillac, Salus Correia, Fausto V. D'Costa
(Mumbai), Demin D'Cruz (Kuwait), Bosco D'Mello (Toronto), Aloysius
D'Souza (Mumbai), Avelino D'Souza (Kuwait), Vivian D'Souza (US and
Socorro), Lawrence D'souza, Lawrie D'Souza (Baga/Kuwait), PD (Pat De
Souza, US), Stephen Fernandes (Muscat/Divar), Venantius Pinto (664 West
163 Street New York), Jessica DS, Duler Ex-Students, Joaquim D'Souza,
GoaDesc (Mapusa), Fleur Dias (Goa), Shona Dryburgh, Joseph Falcao, A.
Veronica Fernandes (Kuwait), Chris Fernandes, Cip Fernandes (London),
Cynthia Fernandes, Dominic Fernandes Eddie Fernandes (London), Tony
Fernandes (Parra/Canada), Winnie Fernandes, Percy Ferrao, Gabriel de
Figueiredo (Australia), The Goan Forum, David Futers (UK), GOACAN
(Mapusa), Vidyadhar Gadgil (Aldona, Goa), Jazz Goa (Mumbai and Goa), Elvin
Godinho, Helga do Rosario Gomes (US), Michael Gonsalves (Pune), Rahul
Goswami (Goa), Mario Goveia, Santosh Helecar (Houston, Texas), Forum for
Senior Citizens of India (Margao, Goa), JoeGoaUk, George K Kurian
(Farmagudi), Maria Guiomar Lima (Portugal), Gilbert Lawrence (US), Rebacca
O'Leary (London), Jen Lewis (UK), Anthony Lobo, Joe Lobo, Mervyn Lobo
(Canada), Oscar & Hazel Lobo (Melbourne), Con Menezes, Gabe Menezes (UK),
Marlon Menezes (US), Melvyn Misquita (Porvorim), Xembuh Moidekar ( ),
Ajay Moraes, FN (Saligao, Goa), Ancy Paladka (Mumbai), Jorge/Livia de
Abreu Noronha (Lisbon), Cyril Pereira), Ethel Pereira (Rome), Sachin
Phadte (US), Cecil Pinto (Miramar), Errol Pinto, George Pinto
(California), Vasu Raekar ( ), Cajetan Rego, Sebastian Rodrigues (Siolim
Goa), Arthur Rodrigues, Savio Rodrigues, EJS Eustaquio Santimano
(Singapore), Allwyn Siqueira, Tony Soares (UK), Daniel F de Souza (Vasco),
Teotonio R de Souza (Lisbon), Fr Ivo Da C Souza (Rachol), Ema Souza-Colaco
(Bahamas), Ana Maria de Souza-Goswami (Betim), St Xavier's College
(Mapusa), Alfred de Tavares (Hasselby, Stockholm), David Tatge, Prof
Philip Thomas (Ribandar), Joe Vaz, Louis Vaz (Saligao, Goa), Sanny Vaz,
Eddie Verdes (Chinchinim/Jedah/KSA), Fleming Viegas, Viviana (US), Rene
Barreto (London), Jose Colaco (Bahamas), Dr Cornel Da Costa (London), Borg
Costa, Angela da Cruz, Maurice D'Mello, Dom Martin (US), Lino Dourado,
Domnic Fernandes (Anjuna/Dhahran, KSA), Gerard Fernandes (Morjim, Goa),
Goa Suraj, Michael Iglesias, Shrihari Kugaji, Muriel and Mario (Saligao,
Goa), Gilbert Menezes, MM DMello, Joao Pereira, Eric Pinto, Halur Rasho
(), Ralph Rau, Luis Rodrigues, Sara Bond (Olaulim, Goa), Steve Smith,
Tomazinho Cardozo (Candolim, Goa), Armstrong Vaz (Cuncolim, Goa), and
others whose names might have missed inclusion.

Further details at:

http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/author.html#start
_____
_/ ____\____ Frederick Noronha (FN) * Freelance Journalist
\ __\/ \ Goa India T +91.832.2409490 M +919822 122436
| | | | \ http://fn.swiki.net http://goabooks.swiki.net
|__| |___| / http://www.bytesforall.net http://www.goanet.org
\/
Philip Thomas
2005-05-01 15:00:00 UTC
Permalink
A comparison of the message stats for previous months shows that there has
been a big jump to the 1400 mark for two months (from about 1000 in Jan &
Feb). [August 2004 marks the peak however at over 1500 probably due to the
alleged church child abuse issue]. So what is the "problem" at goanet?

Perhaps it is the number of "silent members". The April stats provided by
Fred Noronha account for posts by at least 132 individuals/groups (if my
count is correct). They have contributed on average over 10 posts each in
the month, one every three days. But they represent only about 2% of goanet
membership if my information/math is right. What might be of interest are
the numbers of "new" (to goanet) posters and how these seem to be changing
from month to month. Let's hope there has been a steady increase!
Frederick Noronha Goanet Volunteer
2005-05-01 10:00:10 UTC
Permalink
Number of messages posted in the month: 1419
Average messages per day: 47.3

Most widely debated threads:

* Cafeteria Catholics (multiple posts)
* Correcting Goa's politics Cajetan Rego (9 posts)
* Re: Predicting who could be the next Pope George Pinto (6 posts)
* Some Reasons for Nature's Fury - Nandkumar Kamat Goa's Pride (5)
* Sat Sacrament ( Hanv Visorlom !!) JoeGoaUk (5 posts)
* Goenkar, Goeantle ani Goembhaile (Uday Bhembre's views) (4 posts)
* Close encounter with Pope John Paul II (Godfrey, 4 posts)
* Parrikar, others mourn Pope's death (Goa's Pride, 3 posts)
* When 'Fort Stikine' blew up in Bombay (3 posts)
* St Patrick's, Karachi Alumni Aloysius D'Souza ( 3 posts)
* How you support Konkani Cause (Film/VCD culture etc) Stephen 2 posts

See http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/thread.html#start

[This listing is not comprehensive or complete and is likely to
be affected by changes in the subject-line of issues debated.]

Some of those who posted to Goanet during this month: Goa's Pride
<goa-world.com> or ALMEIDAG(ji), AF, Santana Afonso (Kuwait/Cuncolim),
International Maritime Agencies (Bombay), VIncent Andrade (Mangalore),
Silviano Barbosa (Canada), Ferdinand Barros, Nagesh Bhatcar (US), Jude
Botelho (UK), Miguel Braganza (Mapusa), The People's Club - Vasco Sports
Club (Jason in Goa), Nasci Caldeira (Melbourne), Joaquim Cardozo, Carlos,
Herman Carneiro (London), Bernado Colaco (Macau, UK, etc), Bevinda
Collaco (Goa), Armande Condillac, Salus Correia, Fausto V. D'Costa
(Mumbai), Demin D'Cruz (Kuwait), Bosco D'Mello (Toronto), Aloysius
D'Souza (Mumbai), Avelino D'Souza (Kuwait), Vivian D'Souza (US and
Socorro), Lawrence D'souza, Lawrie D'Souza (Baga/Kuwait), PD (Pat De
Souza, US), Stephen Fernandes (Muscat/Divar), Venantius Pinto (664 West
163 Street New York), Jessica DS, Duler Ex-Students, Joaquim D'Souza,
GoaDesc (Mapusa), Fleur Dias (Goa), Shona Dryburgh, Joseph Falcao, A.
Veronica Fernandes (Kuwait), Chris Fernandes, Cip Fernandes (London),
Cynthia Fernandes, Dominic Fernandes Eddie Fernandes (London), Tony
Fernandes (Parra/Canada), Winnie Fernandes, Percy Ferrao, Gabriel de
Figueiredo (Australia), The Goan Forum, David Futers (UK), GOACAN
(Mapusa), Vidyadhar Gadgil (Aldona, Goa), Jazz Goa (Mumbai and Goa), Elvin
Godinho, Helga do Rosario Gomes (US), Michael Gonsalves (Pune), Rahul
Goswami (Goa), Mario Goveia, Santosh Helecar (Houston, Texas), Forum for
Senior Citizens of India (Margao, Goa), JoeGoaUk, George K Kurian
(Farmagudi), Maria Guiomar Lima (Portugal), Gilbert Lawrence (US), Rebacca
O'Leary (London), Jen Lewis (UK), Anthony Lobo, Joe Lobo, Mervyn Lobo
(Canada), Oscar & Hazel Lobo (Melbourne), Con Menezes, Gabe Menezes (UK),
Marlon Menezes (US), Melvyn Misquita (Porvorim), Xembuh Moidekar ( ),
Ajay Moraes, FN (Saligao, Goa), Ancy Paladka (Mumbai), Jorge/Livia de
Abreu Noronha (Lisbon), Cyril Pereira), Ethel Pereira (Rome), Sachin
Phadte (US), Cecil Pinto (Miramar), Errol Pinto, George Pinto
(California), Vasu Raekar ( ), Cajetan Rego, Sebastian Rodrigues (Siolim
Goa), Arthur Rodrigues, Savio Rodrigues, EJS Eustaquio Santimano
(Singapore), Allwyn Siqueira, Tony Soares (UK), Daniel F de Souza (Vasco),
Teotonio R de Souza (Lisbon), Fr Ivo Da C Souza (Rachol), Ema Souza-Colaco
(Bahamas), Ana Maria de Souza-Goswami (Betim), St Xavier's College
(Mapusa), Alfred de Tavares (Hasselby, Stockholm), David Tatge, Prof
Philip Thomas (Ribandar), Joe Vaz, Louis Vaz (Saligao, Goa), Sanny Vaz,
Eddie Verdes (Chinchinim/Jedah/KSA), Fleming Viegas, Viviana (US), Rene
Barreto (London), Jose Colaco (Bahamas), Dr Cornel Da Costa (London), Borg
Costa, Angela da Cruz, Maurice D'Mello, Dom Martin (US), Lino Dourado,
Domnic Fernandes (Anjuna/Dhahran, KSA), Gerard Fernandes (Morjim, Goa),
Goa Suraj, Michael Iglesias, Shrihari Kugaji, Muriel and Mario (Saligao,
Goa), Gilbert Menezes, MM DMello, Joao Pereira, Eric Pinto, Halur Rasho
(), Ralph Rau, Luis Rodrigues, Sara Bond (Olaulim, Goa), Steve Smith,
Tomazinho Cardozo (Candolim, Goa), Armstrong Vaz (Cuncolim, Goa), and
others whose names might have missed inclusion.

Further details at:

http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/author.html#start
_____
_/ ____\____ Frederick Noronha (FN) * Freelance Journalist
\ __\/ \ Goa India T +91.832.2409490 M +919822 122436
| | | | \ http://fn.swiki.net http://goabooks.swiki.net
|__| |___| / http://www.bytesforall.net http://www.goanet.org
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Philip Thomas
2005-05-01 15:00:00 UTC
Permalink
A comparison of the message stats for previous months shows that there has
been a big jump to the 1400 mark for two months (from about 1000 in Jan &
Feb). [August 2004 marks the peak however at over 1500 probably due to the
alleged church child abuse issue]. So what is the "problem" at goanet?

Perhaps it is the number of "silent members". The April stats provided by
Fred Noronha account for posts by at least 132 individuals/groups (if my
count is correct). They have contributed on average over 10 posts each in
the month, one every three days. But they represent only about 2% of goanet
membership if my information/math is right. What might be of interest are
the numbers of "new" (to goanet) posters and how these seem to be changing
from month to month. Let's hope there has been a steady increase!
Frederick Noronha Goanet Volunteer
2005-05-01 10:00:10 UTC
Permalink
Number of messages posted in the month: 1419
Average messages per day: 47.3

Most widely debated threads:

* Cafeteria Catholics (multiple posts)
* Correcting Goa's politics Cajetan Rego (9 posts)
* Re: Predicting who could be the next Pope George Pinto (6 posts)
* Some Reasons for Nature's Fury - Nandkumar Kamat Goa's Pride (5)
* Sat Sacrament ( Hanv Visorlom !!) JoeGoaUk (5 posts)
* Goenkar, Goeantle ani Goembhaile (Uday Bhembre's views) (4 posts)
* Close encounter with Pope John Paul II (Godfrey, 4 posts)
* Parrikar, others mourn Pope's death (Goa's Pride, 3 posts)
* When 'Fort Stikine' blew up in Bombay (3 posts)
* St Patrick's, Karachi Alumni Aloysius D'Souza ( 3 posts)
* How you support Konkani Cause (Film/VCD culture etc) Stephen 2 posts

See http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/thread.html#start

[This listing is not comprehensive or complete and is likely to
be affected by changes in the subject-line of issues debated.]

Some of those who posted to Goanet during this month: Goa's Pride
<goa-world.com> or ALMEIDAG(ji), AF, Santana Afonso (Kuwait/Cuncolim),
International Maritime Agencies (Bombay), VIncent Andrade (Mangalore),
Silviano Barbosa (Canada), Ferdinand Barros, Nagesh Bhatcar (US), Jude
Botelho (UK), Miguel Braganza (Mapusa), The People's Club - Vasco Sports
Club (Jason in Goa), Nasci Caldeira (Melbourne), Joaquim Cardozo, Carlos,
Herman Carneiro (London), Bernado Colaco (Macau, UK, etc), Bevinda
Collaco (Goa), Armande Condillac, Salus Correia, Fausto V. D'Costa
(Mumbai), Demin D'Cruz (Kuwait), Bosco D'Mello (Toronto), Aloysius
D'Souza (Mumbai), Avelino D'Souza (Kuwait), Vivian D'Souza (US and
Socorro), Lawrence D'souza, Lawrie D'Souza (Baga/Kuwait), PD (Pat De
Souza, US), Stephen Fernandes (Muscat/Divar), Venantius Pinto (664 West
163 Street New York), Jessica DS, Duler Ex-Students, Joaquim D'Souza,
GoaDesc (Mapusa), Fleur Dias (Goa), Shona Dryburgh, Joseph Falcao, A.
Veronica Fernandes (Kuwait), Chris Fernandes, Cip Fernandes (London),
Cynthia Fernandes, Dominic Fernandes Eddie Fernandes (London), Tony
Fernandes (Parra/Canada), Winnie Fernandes, Percy Ferrao, Gabriel de
Figueiredo (Australia), The Goan Forum, David Futers (UK), GOACAN
(Mapusa), Vidyadhar Gadgil (Aldona, Goa), Jazz Goa (Mumbai and Goa), Elvin
Godinho, Helga do Rosario Gomes (US), Michael Gonsalves (Pune), Rahul
Goswami (Goa), Mario Goveia, Santosh Helecar (Houston, Texas), Forum for
Senior Citizens of India (Margao, Goa), JoeGoaUk, George K Kurian
(Farmagudi), Maria Guiomar Lima (Portugal), Gilbert Lawrence (US), Rebacca
O'Leary (London), Jen Lewis (UK), Anthony Lobo, Joe Lobo, Mervyn Lobo
(Canada), Oscar & Hazel Lobo (Melbourne), Con Menezes, Gabe Menezes (UK),
Marlon Menezes (US), Melvyn Misquita (Porvorim), Xembuh Moidekar ( ),
Ajay Moraes, FN (Saligao, Goa), Ancy Paladka (Mumbai), Jorge/Livia de
Abreu Noronha (Lisbon), Cyril Pereira), Ethel Pereira (Rome), Sachin
Phadte (US), Cecil Pinto (Miramar), Errol Pinto, George Pinto
(California), Vasu Raekar ( ), Cajetan Rego, Sebastian Rodrigues (Siolim
Goa), Arthur Rodrigues, Savio Rodrigues, EJS Eustaquio Santimano
(Singapore), Allwyn Siqueira, Tony Soares (UK), Daniel F de Souza (Vasco),
Teotonio R de Souza (Lisbon), Fr Ivo Da C Souza (Rachol), Ema Souza-Colaco
(Bahamas), Ana Maria de Souza-Goswami (Betim), St Xavier's College
(Mapusa), Alfred de Tavares (Hasselby, Stockholm), David Tatge, Prof
Philip Thomas (Ribandar), Joe Vaz, Louis Vaz (Saligao, Goa), Sanny Vaz,
Eddie Verdes (Chinchinim/Jedah/KSA), Fleming Viegas, Viviana (US), Rene
Barreto (London), Jose Colaco (Bahamas), Dr Cornel Da Costa (London), Borg
Costa, Angela da Cruz, Maurice D'Mello, Dom Martin (US), Lino Dourado,
Domnic Fernandes (Anjuna/Dhahran, KSA), Gerard Fernandes (Morjim, Goa),
Goa Suraj, Michael Iglesias, Shrihari Kugaji, Muriel and Mario (Saligao,
Goa), Gilbert Menezes, MM DMello, Joao Pereira, Eric Pinto, Halur Rasho
(), Ralph Rau, Luis Rodrigues, Sara Bond (Olaulim, Goa), Steve Smith,
Tomazinho Cardozo (Candolim, Goa), Armstrong Vaz (Cuncolim, Goa), and
others whose names might have missed inclusion.

Further details at:

http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/author.html#start
_____
_/ ____\____ Frederick Noronha (FN) * Freelance Journalist
\ __\/ \ Goa India T +91.832.2409490 M +919822 122436
| | | | \ http://fn.swiki.net http://goabooks.swiki.net
|__| |___| / http://www.bytesforall.net http://www.goanet.org
\/
Philip Thomas
2005-05-01 15:00:00 UTC
Permalink
A comparison of the message stats for previous months shows that there has
been a big jump to the 1400 mark for two months (from about 1000 in Jan &
Feb). [August 2004 marks the peak however at over 1500 probably due to the
alleged church child abuse issue]. So what is the "problem" at goanet?

Perhaps it is the number of "silent members". The April stats provided by
Fred Noronha account for posts by at least 132 individuals/groups (if my
count is correct). They have contributed on average over 10 posts each in
the month, one every three days. But they represent only about 2% of goanet
membership if my information/math is right. What might be of interest are
the numbers of "new" (to goanet) posters and how these seem to be changing
from month to month. Let's hope there has been a steady increase!
Frederick Noronha Goanet Volunteer
2005-05-01 10:00:10 UTC
Permalink
Number of messages posted in the month: 1419
Average messages per day: 47.3

Most widely debated threads:

* Cafeteria Catholics (multiple posts)
* Correcting Goa's politics Cajetan Rego (9 posts)
* Re: Predicting who could be the next Pope George Pinto (6 posts)
* Some Reasons for Nature's Fury - Nandkumar Kamat Goa's Pride (5)
* Sat Sacrament ( Hanv Visorlom !!) JoeGoaUk (5 posts)
* Goenkar, Goeantle ani Goembhaile (Uday Bhembre's views) (4 posts)
* Close encounter with Pope John Paul II (Godfrey, 4 posts)
* Parrikar, others mourn Pope's death (Goa's Pride, 3 posts)
* When 'Fort Stikine' blew up in Bombay (3 posts)
* St Patrick's, Karachi Alumni Aloysius D'Souza ( 3 posts)
* How you support Konkani Cause (Film/VCD culture etc) Stephen 2 posts

See http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/thread.html#start

[This listing is not comprehensive or complete and is likely to
be affected by changes in the subject-line of issues debated.]

Some of those who posted to Goanet during this month: Goa's Pride
<goa-world.com> or ALMEIDAG(ji), AF, Santana Afonso (Kuwait/Cuncolim),
International Maritime Agencies (Bombay), VIncent Andrade (Mangalore),
Silviano Barbosa (Canada), Ferdinand Barros, Nagesh Bhatcar (US), Jude
Botelho (UK), Miguel Braganza (Mapusa), The People's Club - Vasco Sports
Club (Jason in Goa), Nasci Caldeira (Melbourne), Joaquim Cardozo, Carlos,
Herman Carneiro (London), Bernado Colaco (Macau, UK, etc), Bevinda
Collaco (Goa), Armande Condillac, Salus Correia, Fausto V. D'Costa
(Mumbai), Demin D'Cruz (Kuwait), Bosco D'Mello (Toronto), Aloysius
D'Souza (Mumbai), Avelino D'Souza (Kuwait), Vivian D'Souza (US and
Socorro), Lawrence D'souza, Lawrie D'Souza (Baga/Kuwait), PD (Pat De
Souza, US), Stephen Fernandes (Muscat/Divar), Venantius Pinto (664 West
163 Street New York), Jessica DS, Duler Ex-Students, Joaquim D'Souza,
GoaDesc (Mapusa), Fleur Dias (Goa), Shona Dryburgh, Joseph Falcao, A.
Veronica Fernandes (Kuwait), Chris Fernandes, Cip Fernandes (London),
Cynthia Fernandes, Dominic Fernandes Eddie Fernandes (London), Tony
Fernandes (Parra/Canada), Winnie Fernandes, Percy Ferrao, Gabriel de
Figueiredo (Australia), The Goan Forum, David Futers (UK), GOACAN
(Mapusa), Vidyadhar Gadgil (Aldona, Goa), Jazz Goa (Mumbai and Goa), Elvin
Godinho, Helga do Rosario Gomes (US), Michael Gonsalves (Pune), Rahul
Goswami (Goa), Mario Goveia, Santosh Helecar (Houston, Texas), Forum for
Senior Citizens of India (Margao, Goa), JoeGoaUk, George K Kurian
(Farmagudi), Maria Guiomar Lima (Portugal), Gilbert Lawrence (US), Rebacca
O'Leary (London), Jen Lewis (UK), Anthony Lobo, Joe Lobo, Mervyn Lobo
(Canada), Oscar & Hazel Lobo (Melbourne), Con Menezes, Gabe Menezes (UK),
Marlon Menezes (US), Melvyn Misquita (Porvorim), Xembuh Moidekar ( ),
Ajay Moraes, FN (Saligao, Goa), Ancy Paladka (Mumbai), Jorge/Livia de
Abreu Noronha (Lisbon), Cyril Pereira), Ethel Pereira (Rome), Sachin
Phadte (US), Cecil Pinto (Miramar), Errol Pinto, George Pinto
(California), Vasu Raekar ( ), Cajetan Rego, Sebastian Rodrigues (Siolim
Goa), Arthur Rodrigues, Savio Rodrigues, EJS Eustaquio Santimano
(Singapore), Allwyn Siqueira, Tony Soares (UK), Daniel F de Souza (Vasco),
Teotonio R de Souza (Lisbon), Fr Ivo Da C Souza (Rachol), Ema Souza-Colaco
(Bahamas), Ana Maria de Souza-Goswami (Betim), St Xavier's College
(Mapusa), Alfred de Tavares (Hasselby, Stockholm), David Tatge, Prof
Philip Thomas (Ribandar), Joe Vaz, Louis Vaz (Saligao, Goa), Sanny Vaz,
Eddie Verdes (Chinchinim/Jedah/KSA), Fleming Viegas, Viviana (US), Rene
Barreto (London), Jose Colaco (Bahamas), Dr Cornel Da Costa (London), Borg
Costa, Angela da Cruz, Maurice D'Mello, Dom Martin (US), Lino Dourado,
Domnic Fernandes (Anjuna/Dhahran, KSA), Gerard Fernandes (Morjim, Goa),
Goa Suraj, Michael Iglesias, Shrihari Kugaji, Muriel and Mario (Saligao,
Goa), Gilbert Menezes, MM DMello, Joao Pereira, Eric Pinto, Halur Rasho
(), Ralph Rau, Luis Rodrigues, Sara Bond (Olaulim, Goa), Steve Smith,
Tomazinho Cardozo (Candolim, Goa), Armstrong Vaz (Cuncolim, Goa), and
others whose names might have missed inclusion.

Further details at:

http://www.goanet.org/pipermail/goanet/2005-April/author.html#start
_____
_/ ____\____ Frederick Noronha (FN) * Freelance Journalist
\ __\/ \ Goa India T +91.832.2409490 M +919822 122436
| | | | \ http://fn.swiki.net http://goabooks.swiki.net
|__| |___| / http://www.bytesforall.net http://www.goanet.org
\/
Philip Thomas
2005-05-01 15:00:00 UTC
Permalink
A comparison of the message stats for previous months shows that there has
been a big jump to the 1400 mark for two months (from about 1000 in Jan &
Feb). [August 2004 marks the peak however at over 1500 probably due to the
alleged church child abuse issue]. So what is the "problem" at goanet?

Perhaps it is the number of "silent members". The April stats provided by
Fred Noronha account for posts by at least 132 individuals/groups (if my
count is correct). They have contributed on average over 10 posts each in
the month, one every three days. But they represent only about 2% of goanet
membership if my information/math is right. What might be of interest are
the numbers of "new" (to goanet) posters and how these seem to be changing
from month to month. Let's hope there has been a steady increase!
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