So, my name's Josh. My friends call me Cheese. I run with my wonderful partner Miriam, where we hope that our artwork brings a smile or two to people's faces. I'm a Free Software enthusiast and have contributed code and graphics to Neverball. I run the Tasmanian Linux Users Group meetings in Launceston (Australia), and I was on the organising committee for 2009. I've also given talks to OCLUG in Ottawa (Canada). I have six guitars, a keyboard, a flute, a harmonica, a set of bongos, and play all of them very badly. I tend to write about things in Long Winded Fashion when they excite me. Currently I'm excited about interviewing people working on projects relating to Free/Open Source communities. I've worked on several Half-Life mods in the past and have a couple of work-in-progress games that I'm hoping to find time to complete soon. My first computer was an Amiga 500, and I suffer heavily from Amiga Users Syndrome to this day. My kingdom for a line break.

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Posted by Cheeseness on Mar 24th, 2012

Last night I rolled out the first major update to the Humble Visualisations, which includes additional graphs and charts I needed for an article that I'm writing on possible interpretation of the Humble Bundle statistics (which should be published within the week)

The two most exciting additions are a timeline showing the changes in frequency with which bundles have been released, and combined statistics for all bundles, indie bundles only and non-indie bundles only.

As always, the details for the current bundle is updated every 6 hours or so.


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