In late 2009 Kip created these awesome posts explaining where SO users are from:
- Where in the world do Stack Overflow users say they are from?
- What countries have the most Stack Overflow users per capita?
This question was marked as a duplicate of that one yesterday, but the data was still from 2009, so while technically a duplicate, the answer wasn't actually there.
For the sake of making sure there was an answer, I answered to Kip's question with updated data.
Since Kip's 'question' was actually an awesome explanation of stats, I was reluctant to butcher his question with my work, not to mention that his work still has merit in that it is a great historical indicator of how things were in late 2009. Having my post as an answer doesn't necessarily help, since anyone visiting via a duplicate link will still see the outdated data from 2009 rather than the updated info below.
Being someone who fears the wrath of Meta, I don't want to take a false step, but I would like to know, is it appropriate to start a separate meta 'question' that contains all these great resources as a one-stop shop for all your geographical user data needs, or would that be considered a duplicate of Kip's post? If so, how should it be handled?