Welcome back for another analysis of contributions to TechNet Wiki over the last week (Fri-Sat)
Firstly, the usual weekly leader board snapshot…
Congratulations to Peter AGAIN this week. Mehmet remains top for the month.
As usual, here are the results of another weekly crawl over the updated articles feed.
|Most Revisions Award
Who has made the most individual revisions
Payman Biukaghazadeh is this week's winner, with 195 revisions over 56 articles! Wow great work Payman!
Ed Price – MSFT has made it to second, with an equally impressive 140 revisions over 80 articles! Back in the charts Ed!
Carsten Siemens has taken third this week, with 116 revisions over 101 articles! Great work again Carsten!!
|Most Articles Updated Award
Who has updated the most articles
Different order for the article tallies:
#1 – Carsten Siemens with 101 articles
#2 – Ed Price – MSFT with 80 articles
#3 – Payman Biukaghazadeh with 56 articles!
|Most Updated Article Award
Largest amount of updated content in a single article
The article most updated this week is How to Script the Export of Active Directory Objects Attributes, a new contribution by i.biswajith. a nice tidy article, well presented and just the kind of article we love to nom, nom, nom, at TechNet wiki.
|Longest Article Award
Biggest article updated this week
This week's largest document to get fiddled with was last week's second largest, the beloved E-Book Gallery for Microsoft Technologies, originally started by Monica Rush, but since updated by just about everyone who is anyone, making this a prize specimen, in both length and girth!. This week NINE people have updated it!! 😀
|Most Revised Article Award
Article with the most revisions in a week
This is a new initiative we'd like you all to join in with, or tell your techie buddies, especially if they think they're a coding guru, this is a chance for them to prove it and get some recognition for their community offerings.
|Smallest Significant Edit Award
Size isn't everything! Every edit counts.
It was again a spelling mistake recevived received. Small but HUGE in the bigger scheme of things… Thanks again Carsten!
We thank you all for feeding our wiki for another week.
Nom, nom, nom!