Or perhaps you mean "What is your current
order number, please?"
By the way, where can I actually get my order number (at least the initial one huh) ? I mean, appart from looking at the order date (which leads me to knowing I am roughly around 950 - 1000 or so)
This seems to be a point of confusion and may be getting lost in translation a bit.
An order number is usually the sequential transaction number printed to the invoice and receipt to track the point of sale. DragonBox shop sells a lot more than just Pyra pre-orders. The actual order numbers may be roughly in a similar sort order to the queue order, but would iterate at a faster rate than actual Pyra sales.
Pyra queue fulfillment order rank is likely what you're interested in. I don't think anyone is bothering to keep a strict report of who is in which exact position within it. To my understanding, they will, mostly, get fulfilled in the order that they were ordered with some flexibility to fulfillment based on which versions are available at the given moment. This subtlety may require a bit of explanation.
There are 4+ hardware order versions of the Pyra. ED has stated that the Pyra may come in more than one color. So, for this example, lets pretend that number is 2. That creates 8+ shipping varieties. When the build vendor assembles boards & cases they are unlikely to do them at the per-order number level. More likely, ED will ask them for X number of "4GB EU4G Red" and Y number of "4GB None Black" (and so on through the 8+ variations). Likely they will get fulfilled in like batches. This means that ED will receive a few hundred of one given type on any given day. When boxing them up he would go down his order list and pack orders for the unit of that criteria. Given this reality, it is perfectly possible for someone else's order to get fulfilled several hundred orders 'deeper in queue' than yours prior to yours getting produced and shipped. It is simply a reality of batch construction and fulfillment.
So, your exact order number or queue position is a relative thing within each product type. Which category/type will get built/fulfilled first? Your guess is as good as mine. But - don't get too overly bent up over exact queue number.
For those of you joining us in the last few years, "WHATS YOUR ORDER NUMBER!?!?!?" is a local meme dating back to the Pandora pre-order glacial waiting days. The then project lead was far easier to bait into hostile responses with accusatory inquisitions.