Welcome to another analysis of contributions to TechNet Wiki over the last week (Sat-Fri)
Firstly, here is the usual weekly leader board:
Well done all. Thank you for your time and knowledge.
Now for the usual awards...
|Most Revisions Award
Who has made the most individual revisions
Straight in at #1 this week is Susan S. Bradley - MSFT with an excellent 53 revisions over 14 articles!!
Second place is Fernando Lugão Veltem with another great performance of 47 revisions over 21 articles!
New in at three is Luiz Henrique Lima Campos 44 revisions over 35 articles!
|Most Articles Updated Award
Who has updated the most articles
The winner this week is Luiz Henrique Lima Campos, with 35 updated articles!!
Second is Fernando Lugão Veltem, with 28 updated articles!
For the second week running Tom Albertson MSFT is in third, with 14 updated articles!
|Most Updated Article Award
Largest amount of updated content in a single article
|Longest Article Award
Biggest article updated this week
The biggest (longest) documents to receive significant changes this week is Windows Root Certificate Program - Members List (All CAs), originally published and recently updated by Tom Albertson MSFT
|Most Revised Article Award
Article with the most revisions in a week
It received 27 revisions from Bjoern H Rapp.
|Smallest Significant Edit Award
Size isn't everything! Every edit counts.
This week's tiniest change is by someone who is otherwise missing from this week's awards, Ed Price - MSFT
The change is however a useful one. He added en-US to an english document's TAGs (not the title)
en-US, OData, WCF Clients
This is something that has been mentioned before, and still needs to be done to many thousands of English language documents.
|Quickest Helping Hand
Correcting each-other's work is what TNWiki is all about.
This award celebrates the act of collaboration, and highlights the fastest update of another's work.
This week's fastest updated article was "Configure Kerberos Forest Search Order (KFSO) topic on TechNet" - by blogswikiadm just FOUR minutes after Serhad MAKBULOGLU the previous and original author, who himself comes in second, having updated the very same article, just 5 minutes after blogswikiadm
Congratulations to all above for more great wiki-work this week.
Thanks for reading again this week!