I've calculated the ratio of each regions Plone percentage to its population percentage. You can imagine that if a particular region had a ratio of 1.0 it would mean that its proportion of Plone.net visitors was equal to that region's fraction of the world population.
What we see is that Oceania has much more than its "fair share" (thank you, Australia and New Zealand), while Asia and Africa are much under represented. This also shows that, while Plone is popular in the Americas, it is still a Eurocentric CMS.
And while I'm poking around in Google Analytics, here's the breakdown by browser type.
Not really a surprise that an open-source community would attract users of open-source browsers.
Now let's see what sort of pageviews Plone.org has. Thankfully, Analytics not only displays pageviews, but unique pageviews. For a thoughtful discussion of the difference, please see Kaushik's Standard Metrics Revisited. Here's one day's percentages.
Pageviews and unique pageviews pretty much track each other except down on line 16 of the report. There theming products have far more pageviews than unique ones. Based on pageviews, "themes" would be ranked 4th. Understandably, people looking for tools to assist with look-and-feel issues for their skins are repeatedly coming back to the "themes" page (an average of 3.25/0.42 or almost 8 times).
Based on this, I'd suggest that we create a grid of screen shot thumbnails so that visitors hunting for a theme could visually browse them all at once. It might look like this:
With appropriate links, it would save a lot of people a lot of clicks. Hmm?? Maybe I should wander over to the Plone.org website forum and volunteer.
Next posting we go beyond pageviews and investigate Plone.org visitor loyalty.