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Some stats (April 2009) …

Some stats for April: We now have 130+ people, reading our RSS-Feed on a regualar basis and already 30 people following us on twitter within a week.  This is good news! (Oh, and by the way: Open Text, we know you are watching us, too! ;) )

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Frederic Hemberger Frederic Hemberger lives in Cologne, Germany where he works as a technical consultant and senior RedDot developer. After years of studying the ancient and mysterious ways of content management, he acquired the black belt of RedDot-fu. After teaching many students in the weird ways of the Dot, he retreated to the old misty mountains to meditate. Legends tell that he finally reached the mysterious state of IoRangeNoRedDotMode.


3 comments for “Some stats (April 2009) …”

  1. We have also broken our record for most posts for a month (no help from me – yet!) – though I wonder if this and the April Fools day post should count…

    Posted by Adrian Mateljan | April 17, 2009, 11:37 am
  2. Which April Fools day post?

    Posted by Markus Giesen | April 17, 2009, 12:41 pm
  3. [...] RedDot CMS blog twitters now and the stats are pretty cool. It’s nice that people start participating and the work of Fred and me [...]

    Posted by The week that was - yes still alive | RedDot CMS developer & TYPO3 freelancer blog - Markus Giesen | April 19, 2009, 1:52 pm

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