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Here are the results of my informal survey on how many developers
does the "average" writer support. (I make no claims about the
validity of the data nor am I stating my opinion about the data. I am
only posting the results because so many people asked.)
As expected, the results varried by application.
Total responses: 43
Average number of developers supported: 9.2