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I would like to know what the ratio between anonymous and registered (logged in) users is for stackoverflow.com?

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From what I remember hearing on the podcast, well over 90% of the traffic on SO is from anonymous users; however, I could be wrong :)

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That means caching the question detail pages should work extremely well. – user135659 Sep 24 '09 at 15:28
    
They already do that. They cache almost everything. – perbert Sep 24 '09 at 16:10
    
It does. You really should listen to the podcast (the topic is discussed in episode 67 & 68, I believe), it has a wealth of information on this subject. – alex Sep 24 '09 at 16:18
    
Often times the answer to a programming question I enter into a browser directs me to stackoverflow. If I am not logged in, I count as an anonymous user, if I am, how am I counted? – Jay Elston May 22 '11 at 4:51

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