Open Source Statistics

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This is also a great way to see the usage levels of new revisions of technology, for instance, as part of a determination on whether to migrate to Apache 2.x from the stalwart 1.3 release.

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  • http://www.ensight.org Jeremy W.

    Well… The link needs fixed ;-)

  • http://www.practicalapplications.net bwarrene

    I have been noticing the links come up fudged in the blog view but somehow survive the forum thread view. I am looking into this still….Thanks and sorry for inconvenience.

  • http://boyohazard.net Octal

    Thanks for that link, think it will be quite useful for my work shortly

    Regarding broken links, I seem to recall you using uppercase letters for the bb code tag (they showed up in the blog entry). IIRC vBulletin supports upper and lowercase whereas the blog system might not? HTH

  • Mark

    Sure worked for Freeconsulting

  • David A. Wheeler

    A vast number of statistics on open source software / Free Software are available at http://www.dwheeler.com/oss_fs_why.html — take a peek!

  • http://www.practicalapplications.net bwarrene

    A vast number of statistics on open source software / Free Software are available at http://www.dwheeler.com/oss_fs_why.html — take a peek!

    Phenomenal link David – great piece of research you assembled. Thanks!