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I am an active user of the Latin Stack Exchange. Just now, out of curiosity, I visited its page on Area 51 to see how well the site was meeting the requirements needed for full graduation from beta. I was surprised, however, to see the visits/day metric sitting at 0. Screenshot:
Initially, I thought that it was a simple error (cache fetching error, etc.), so I refreshed the page, but to no avail. The visits/day remained squarely at zero.
Upon further investigation, I discovered that there are many beta Stack Exchange site pages on Area 51, all with their visits/day metric at zero:
- Quantum Computing
- Computer Science Educators
- Ukranian Language
- Open Source
- Portuguese Language
- Hardware Recommendations
- Language Learning
- Korean Language
- Esperanto Language
- Beer, Wine and Spirits
- Mathematics Educators
- Earth Science
- Craft CMS
- History of Science and Mathematics
- Music Fans
And these are just from the first page alone (50 per page). Almost every single Beta page on the second page exhibited the same property, visits/day at 0. Interestingly though, there are a few pages with visits/day of 1 or 2, but neither of those seem any more correct than 0.
What's going on here? What exactly constitutes a visit/day on Area 51? Is the metric broken?