openSUSE-Guide.org – status report
Since the initial announcement the guide has had a few improvements including short, embedded screencasts using html5+Ogg Theora, demonstrating how to install packages, adding repositories and basic terminal usage.
The guide has been averaging steadily at about 230 unique visitors per day in the entire 5 month period. By far the most of the visitors are American, Germans are second, while the Danes, the British and the Russians are nearly tied for third place. Around 70% of the visitors are using a GNU/Linux operating system.
By far the most read chapter is “Multimedia Codecs” – with the chapters “Switching to GNU/Linux”, “Browser Plugins” and “3D Drivers” trailing far behind.
The top referrers are opensuse-community.org, forums.opensuse.org and Google Translate. The most used search keywords are completely dominated by “multimedia”, “codecs”, “mp3″ and things of that nature.
Suggestions for further improvement of the guide are very welcome – comment on this blog or write e-mails to admin [at] opensuse-guide.org with your feedback.