225 tickets were released this round.
All tickets were held in 11.02 seconds.
The waitlist filled up 1.01 seconds after that.
So, by our definition, we sold out in 12.03 seconds (longer than last round). At this point all tickets are accounted for and we take down the registration link. It does take longer for reservations to be completed.
The first reservation was completed 9.97 seconds after registration officially opened.
All reservations were complete in 18 minutes and 38 seconds. The last ticket issued bounced through 3 people on the waitlist, before someone snagged it which is why this number is so high.
In the last ten seconds before we updated the landing page to include the reg link, we saw an average of 700 page requests per second from 520 different IPs. Peak bandwidth usage was 4.8 Mbps. After we went live, the average page request went up just a bit to 808 per second.
Taking a deeper look at reservations it appears that there are:
- 12 IPs with 1 ticket
- 101 IPs with 2 tickets
- 3 IPs with more than 2
- No IP got more than 2 sets of tickets.
Congrats to all who were successful. Now that you have your tickets a few things to consider:
To everyone else, we’ll be live streaming again so join us on the interwebs – we’ll post that information right before the con.