Welcome back for another analysis of contributions to TechNet Wiki over the last week.
First up, the weekly leader board snapshot…
Congratulations to Richard for topping the charts this week!
Durval and Benoit also pulling an impressive performance!
Ugur leading the TATs for newies, and Davut for contributions!
As always, here are the results of another weekly crawl over the updated articles feed.
|Most Revisions Award
Who has made the most individual revisions
#1 Richard Mueller with 247 revisions.
#2 Durval Ramos with 159 revisions.
#3 Benoit Jester – MTFC with 141 revisions.
Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:
#4 Tyler Castaldo with 56 revisions.
#5 Carsten Siemens with 48 revisions.
#6 Naomi N with 46 revisions.
#7 Davut EREN – TAT with 45 revisions.
#8 Matthew Yarlett with 44 revisions.
#9 JoeyDj with 31 revisions.
#10 Ed Price – MSFT with 24 revisions.
|Most Articles Updated Award
Who has updated the most articles
#1 Richard Mueller with 196 articles.
#2 Durval Ramos with 94 articles.
#3 Benoit Jester – MTFC with 63 articles.
Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:
#4 Carsten Siemens with 34 articles.
#5 Naomi N with 26 articles.
#6 Matthew Yarlett with 21 articles.
#7 Tyler Castaldo with 19 articles.
#8 Davut EREN – TAT with 14 articles.
#9 Ed Price – MSFT with 14 articles.
#10 Mohammad Nizamuddin with 6 articles.
|Most Updated Article Award
Largest amount of updated content in a single article
This week's reviser was Tyler Castaldo,
As the change comments say, Tyler "Updated screen shots to display UI changes in MAP 9.0." and also made them a lot clearer!
|Longest Article Award
Biggest article updated this week
This week's largest document to get some attention is T-SQL: FIFO Inventory Problem – Cost of Goods Sold, by Naomi N
This week's reviser was Naomi N,
What makes this such a long document is a whole heap of code, but Naomi is always meticulous to include plenty of discussion and references!
This week's reviser was Ed Price – MSFT,
This is a list of articles anyone can add to, from which we often choose the front page Featured Articles.
The reason is is showing as so long is partly due to an unfortunate bug that has spawned row after row of line breaks!
I've left it for now to highlight just out of interest for the blog, but if no-one beats me to it, I'll try and find time to remove them all again later in the week.
|Most Revised Article Award
Article with the most revisions in a week
This week's most fiddled with article is Windows Azure Pack (#WAPack) and Related Blogs, Videos and TechNet Articles, by Hans Vredevoort – MVP (Virtual Machine).
It was revised 23 times last week. Revisers listed below.
What a wonderful find this was. An amazing list of links that I am steadily working through, and will probably take most of the holiday season.
A complete list of recent changes can be found here, and as you can see some devoted fans of the page have been helping to keep it fresh!
|Most Popular Article Award
Collaboration is the name of the game!
This week's revisers were Rishab Sachdeva, Steef-Jan Wiggers, Ed Price – MSFT, Minnie Shi – Schurr, Tomasso Groenendijk, Prav4u, Suleiman Shakhtour, Jaliya Udagedara, chriga, Shweta Jain, dev hedgehog, Mr X, Tim Pacl & SSISJoost
December is rapidly drawing to a close with a burst of fantastic contributions.
It has been a great year for the TechNet Guru Competition, and we have learned some new names, some real players and made some genuine friends along the way.
Thank you sincerely to everyone who has participated in 2013, and I hope you will all continue to wow us with your generous contributions to our knowledge fund 🙂
2013 saw the creation and rise to fame of the legendary TAT.
This band of brothers have taken TechNet by storm, stamped their authority on the Wiki and planted the flag for Turkey!
Third most popular article was mentioned above, Windows Azure Pack (#WAPack) and Related Blogs, Videos and TechNet Articles, by Hans Vredevoort – MVP (Virtual Machine).
I had to mention this article again, because it really is a bookmarker. Pass it round!
|Ninja Edit Award
A ninja needs lightning fast reactions!
Below is a list of this week's fastest ninja edits. That's an edit to an article after another person
- Version 7 of SharePoint: Set Unique Permissions on List Views was saved by Naomi N just 1 minute after Matthew Yarlett
Congratulations Naomi, true ninja reactions!
Also worth a mention are the other top ten ninja edits:
- Version 1 of Direct Import-SPWeb from WSS 3.0/MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2013 was saved by Benoit Jester – MTFC just 3 minutes after Sudip Misra
- Version 5 of LightSwitch Screen Templates in VS2013 was saved by Richard Mueller just 3 minutes after Xpert360
- Version 12 of Windows 2012 R2: Active Directory Installation was saved by Naomi N just 4 minutes after Richard Mueller
- Version 7 of LightSwitch Screen Templates in VS2013 was saved by Richard Mueller just 4 minutes after Xpert360
- Version 49 of TechNet Guru Contributions for December was saved by chriga just 8 minutes after Shweta Jain
- Version 20 of TechNet Wiki Translation Challenge: November 2013 to January 2014 was saved by Durval Ramos just 20 minutes after Benoit Jester – MTFC
- Version 234 of Guide ultime des articles français du WIKI (fr-FR) was saved by Hezequias Vasconcelos – MTFC just 22 minutes after Benoit Jester – MTFC
- Version 3 of LightSwitch Screen Templates in VS2013 was saved by Xpert360 just 23 minutes after Richard Mueller
- Version 6 of LightSwitch Screen Templates in VS2013 was saved by Xpert360 just 27 minutes after Richard Mueller
What an amazing year we've had!
I've certainly learned a lot, and made some great new friends, and discovered who the real players are in this MSDN & TechNet community.
A high five to all those who have risen through the ranks, invited into our inner circles, and are now involved in various projects we have.
Congratulations also to those who have won awards, become MVPs, been interviewed and generally promoted in life, due to their efforts across these many community efforts.
It is truly joyful to think [especially at this time of year] how many kind, clever and generous people we have in this community. Generous with their time, patience, and knowledge.
If you don't hear from me again until the New Year, then I sincerely thank you for your support, and wish you a very Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!