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[Osdc-list] Year in review | opensource.com weekly Vol 4, Issue 5



Welcome to 2011! We had 91,000 page views in December, not bad considering the holidays. In case you missed in, we published the year in review from each open* channel–both articles and images. Be sure to vote on your favorite images from the year.

One small thing that you can do this week to help:

* A New Years resolution you can keep: more open source more often [http://bit.ly/gsEDEJ]

The opensource.com team wants to provide you with a weekly snapshot about what’s happening on the site and remind you of some of the ways that you can participate. [http://opensource.com/participate]

*Last week’s articles*

Poll: Open*Business 2010 best images
http://opensource.com/business/10/12/poll-openbusiness-2010-best-images
by Jason Hibbets

Open*Business: 2010 in review
http://opensource.com/business/10/12/open-business-2010-review
by Jeff Mackanic

Poll: Open*Education 2010 best images
http://opensource.com/education/10/12/poll-openeducation-2010-best-images
by Jason Hibbets

Open*Education: 2010 in review
http://opensource.com/education/10/12/open-education-2010-review
by Mary Ann

Poll: Open*Government 2010 best images
http://opensource.com/government/10/12/poll-opengoverment-2010-best-images
by Jason Hibbets

Open*Government: 2010 in Review
http://opensource.com/government/10/12/open-government-year-review
by Melanie Chernoff

Poll: Open*Law 2010 best images
http://opensource.com/law/10/12/poll-openlaw-2010-best-images
by Jason Hibbets

Open*Law: 2010 in review
http://opensource.com/law/10/12/open-law-2010-review
by Ruth Suehle

Poll: Open*Life 2010 best images
http://opensource.com/life/10/12/poll-openlife-2010-best-images
by Jason Hibbets

Open*Life: 2010 in review
http://opensource.com/life/10/12/openlife-2010-review
by Jason Hibbets

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