Bonum Certa Men Certa First Month Statistics

Not from the Lies or Damned Lies Department...

But, as always they are statistics, so what do they mean, really?

Over 15,000 Unique Visitors with Over 100,000 Pages Served

That's November 13 - December 13, Most visitors are from the US, with Great Britain, Netherlands, unknown?, the EU and Australia also strongly represented.

5 Most Popular Articles

  1. Yet Another SuSE-Ubuntu Faceoff
  2. Novell-Microsoft Deal in Video
  3. Do Not Buy Use or Redistribute SUSE
  4. Consequences, Intended and Otherwise
  5. What About the EC Ruling?


Obviously, these values are easily altered on the client side, so take them for what they are worth, like all statistics.

Operating System

  1. 43% Linux
  2. 38% Windows
  3. 4% Mac

Web Browser

  1. 62% Firefox
  2. 9% Konqueror
  3. 8% Internet Explorer
  4. 3% Opera

The biggest referrers were stumbleupon, and Digg. That pleases me since it shows that the message is being spread in a grassroots fashion.

Overall, I don't know if these numbers are "good" or not. I suppose an average of 500 new visitors per day hearing about the campaign against Novell, combined with Bruce Peren's petition (which is nearly at 3,000 signatures) is a pretty good start in any case.

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