I've posted the log from our last week's Kara run and our first ZA run on WWS (WoW Web Stats), and there's a single URL where you'll be able to go in order to see all of our reports. Also, a little discussion on how we make use of the information that WWS provides. Read on ...
Why isn't the URL on the front page? Because I think it's important that you read this first!
It would be easy for us to use WWS simply as an "Oh, I did x amount of damage, cool." e-peen meter. But it's really a lot more than that, and I'd like you all to consider using it as a tool to understand what each of us did, and how each of us can improve and deliver more when we raid. None of us is perfect, and we all need to improve, improve, improve if we're to truly make any dent in progression.
WWS is not a magic bullet. Reading the report won't make you a better player. But what it WILL do, if you take the time to study it, is to give you clues as to where your strong and weak areas are. Is your cast cycle off? Are your buffs/debuffs falling off and not being refreshed? It will take all of us time and effort to learn how to read these reports and make best use of the information we find. Tips? Questions? Noticed something in the report? Post it as a comment.
Now, having said all that, here are the URLs you've been waiting for.
In the future I won't be posting individual URLs to reports as they'll all be available through the guild page. Just go there the day after a raid and if you're in luck I'll already have posted the log. If it's not there, ask me about it in-game and I'll get on it. If I wasn't at a raid, or missed a section of it for any reason, you can send me your combat log and I'll post a report from it.
One final note: since this is a free account, hosted reports expire 15 days after they're posted. I do NOT keep combat log backups indefinitely, so please stay current with the WWS site and use that 2-weeks-and-change timespan constructively.