this one completely snuck up on me: techbase has now served up over 2.1 million page views.
we hit one million in july after going live sometime around january. techbase had already been around for a bit longer than that, originally as the low-profile "devnew" project, but until it went live at the beginning of the year the page numbers never topped 25k if i remember correctly.
so with a very slow start due to nobody knowing about it during its setting up (wiki, art, etc), porting developer.kde.org and seeding with new info phases it 'exploded' and hit one million page views in 7 months. it's repeated that accomplishment in less than 4 months.
thee are also 834 registered users, which is up 177% since mid-july. seeing as nobody has to register to read or even edit, that's not bad either.
so all in all, it's doing well for such a highly technical resource; it's not the sort of thing that gets linked to with any regularity from slashdot or digg, after all ;)
the popular pages, other than the front page of course, are mostly in the "getting started" area, showing how vital this kind of resource is to people getting involved with KDE. after "getting started", it's mostly kde4 scheduling related stuff and development tutorials.
we probably need to do a better job of publicizing the tutorials, i think (maybe highlight one in each "quickies" story on the dot? maybe in the commit digest? hm..) but i was pleasantly surprised by the uptick in traffic.
how long before we hit the next million?
you can see the numbers for yourself on the wiki stats page