Yup! The size of the gaps follows an exponential distribution:
See also the section "The Math" at http://tagti.me
Interestingly, if you leave your ping frequency at 45 minutes then
your pings will follow a universal schedule. So those 3 pings within
10 minutes that you got -- we all got those too!
The longest gap I've seen lately was between 4am and 7am this morning,
pacific time (it's 2pm here now, so 7 hours ago a ping happened that
was the first one in 3 hours).
If you need a ping you can be exactly 99% sure that you'll get one
within 3.5 hours from now, whenever "now" happens to be (including
having already waited 3.5 hours!).
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