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December prime articles and 2017 yr in evaluate

In December, we wrapped up an thrilling yr of open supply neighborhood content material on The website introduced in 637,090 distinctive guests who generated 1,072,932 web page views for the month. We printed 75 articles and welcomed 16 new authors. More than 61% of our content material was contributed by members of the open supply neighborhood, and our neighborhood moderators contributed 22 articles.

2017 in evaluate

In 2017, we printed 983 articles. Of these, 643 (65%) have been contributed by members of open supply communities, and we have been excited to welcome 233 first-time writers.

In whole, we calculated roughly 13,003,470 web page views and about 7,906,556 month-to-month distinctive guests.

We continued to draw a various viewers of know-how fanatics: 47% Windows customers, 18% Android, 14% Linux, 12% MacOS, and 9% iOS customers, with roughly 39% from EMEA, 32% from North America, 23% from APAC, and 6% from LATAM.

Our hottest subjects (as measured by tagged articles receiving essentially the most web page views), included open source software alternatives, Linux, business, programming (particularly Python), system administration, and the Raspberry Pi.

To study extra about our hottest tales from 2017, learn our Best of article collection.

Top 10 articles printed in December

  1. Mining cryptocurrency with Raspberry Pi and Storj by David Egts
  2. An introduction to Joplin, an open source Evernote alternative by Laurent Cozic
  3. How to use PostgreSQL to streamline Python code by Dimitri Fontaine
  4. Getting started with Turtl, an open source alternative to Evernote by Scott Nesbitt
  5. Learn how to classify images with TensorFlow by Adam Monsen
  6. 5 must-read sysadmin articles from 2017 by David Both
  7. Build a game framework with Python using the Pygame module by Seth Kenlon
  8. Win a System76 Galago Pro laptop with Linux preinstalled by Alex Sanchez
  9. Using sudo to delegate permissions in Linux by David Both
  10. 10 must-read DevOps resources by Chris Short

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