Top 10 articles published on in November 2013

Top 10 posts from in November 2013

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November was another record month at We had our highest traffic ever, reaching almost 290,000 page views and more than 150,000 unique visitors. We're thankful for the readers that find our stories interesting and for sharing those stories on social media, with colleagues, and with those who are new to open source and the open source way. Here are the Top 10 articles from November 2013.

Top 10 articles on in November 2013

  1. Your visual how-to guide for SELinux policy enforcement (18,000 page views), by Daniel J Walsh (Red Hat)
  2. Top 20 open source gifts for the holidays (13,000 page views), by (Red Hat)
  3. Why I love OwnCloud: answer to Dropbox lock-in (9,000 page views), by Adam Clater (Red Hat)
  4. The Linux kernel community learns how to grow more penguins (7,800 page views), by Luis Ibanez (Community Moderator)
  5. Which office suite do you use? (7,000 page views), by (Red Hat)
  6. How to write your book using Linux (6,300 page views), by Steven Ovadia
  7. University course trades textbook for Raspberry Pi (4,700 page views), by Luis Ibanez (Community Moderator)
  8. Munich tries to quit Microsoft, The Weather Channel goes open source, and more (4,500 page views), by Ginny Skalski (Red Hat)
  9. Open source engine Docker teams up with the Fedora Project (4,300 page views), by Jen Wike (Red Hat)
  10. Free and open source education materials for children and teens (3,300 page views), by Carolyn Fox (Community Moderator)

Honorable mention for How to create an eBook the open source way (3,700 page views) by Bryan Behrenshausen (Red Hat), posted in August 2013.

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