The second annual Opensource.com community yearbook rounds up the top projects, technologies, and stories from 2016. Get your free copy of the 2016 Open Source Yearbook. Be sure to read also the 2015 Open Source Yearbook for a look at last year's collection.
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In 2016, Opensource.com published an average of 95 articles a month, and in March the site surpassed 1-million page views for the first time. How did the site hit this new milestone?
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In 2015, Opensource.com published the first Open Source Yearbook, a collaboration with open source communities to collect a diverse range of stories from the year.
Thanks to contributions from more than 25 writers, the 2016 edition is even bigger and highlights more than 100 organizations, projects, technologies, and events.
Get your free PDF download of the 2016 Open Source Yearbook.