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2010 Statistics

Filed under: General Linux — TheLinuxBlog.com at 6:30 am on Wednesday, January 5, 2011

With 2010 in the rear view mirror I’d like to share some statistics that I thought were interesting.

Top Posts of 2010
1) Shell Script To Get User Input
2) iPhone SSH Client
3) Using Cut Shellscript String Manipulation
4) rsync to smb share
5) recursive md5 sum script
6) apache directory index forbidden by options directive

Most Commented on Posts
1) iPhone SSH Client
2) Shell Script To Get User Input
3) Things I can do before Windows Boots
4) recursive md5 sum script
5) Digsby on Linux

Traffic Sources

Search Engines 75%
Referring Sites 13%
Direct Traffic 10%

Operating Systems

Windows ~47%
Linux 42%
Mac OS 9%
iPhone 1.3%
Others Remaining .7%

Browsers

Firefox ~57%
Chrome ~19%
IE ~11%
Safari 5.5%
Opera 3%

Browser + OS

Firefox + Linux 28.75%
Firefox + Windows 24.99%
IE + Windows 11.64%
Chrome + Linux 8.57%
Chrome + Windows 8.48%
Firefox + Mac OS 3.6%
Safari + Mac OS 3.35%
Chrome + Mac OS 1.96%
Mozilla + Linux 1.91%
Opera + Windows 1.49%

What I was surprised to see was Mozilla Firefox getting some love, its the most popular browser among my visitors with a percentage greater than all other browsers combined. More people use Chrome than IE and Safari put together also which is kind of neat given Chromes infancy. Windows still beats Linux users by a mere 5% which both beat MacOS users by about four times.

Thanks for reading and making 2010 a statistically fantastic year for The Linux Blog!





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