April report: Last month was record-breaking for Opensource.com with 629,909 page views and 369,508 unique visits. We published 84 articles including 11 posts during our Open Source in Education week.
March report: Opensource.com had 547,663 page views and 322,326 unique visits in February. Read more about the best articles from February 2015.
In January, Opensource.com set a new world record with 596,721 page views and 335,290 unique visits. We published 78 articles including eight posts during our Careers in Open Source week.
Opensource.com garnered 547,016 page views and 308,112 unique visits in December 2014. We published 77 articles and had numerous posts highlighting our "best of" content from 2014.
For the fourth month in a row, we've had over 400k page views each month on Opensource.com. We saw another steady month in November, which garnered 402,689 page views and 233,101 unique visits. We published 72 articles including 11 featured pieces during our Open Food Week.
We had a steady month in October on Opensource.com bringing in 406,842 page views and 234,521 unique visits. We published 81 articles including 16 featured pieces during our All Things Open interview series and 8 featured interviews for covering the OpenStack Kilo Summit.
We set another new record in September on Opensource.com bringing in 426,888 page views and 236,208 unique visits. We published 78 articles including 14 featured articles during our Back to School with Open Source series.
We had a record setting August on Opensource.com, bringing in 425,018 page views and 241,393 unique visits. We published 81 articles including 10 featured pieces during our Careers in Open Source Week.
An open source project’s website is the main gateway for potential users and contributors to learn about your project, and it assists existing community members to contribute to the project. But it has to do it right. Does your website clearly present your project, its goals and status, and assist... Read more
David Boswell has a couple of interesting posts (here and here) about how he is using metrics to measure how effective Mozilla is at attracting and engaging people who express an interest in helping contribute to the Mozilla mission.