Thursday Council Spotlight - TechNet Wiki: Language Progress


Carsten and I have been working on a TechNet Wiki article that maps out how TechNet Wiki languages have progressed, starting in August 2012. It uses Tomoaki's monthly updates/charts.

Here's the article:

Wiki Ninjas Blog: Language Progress

 

Recently, Durval also added some helpful Return to top links in it as well!

You can click in the TOC to go to that part of the article...

Table of Contents

2014 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2013 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2012 - - - - - - - Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

 

 

 

As a teaser, we'll include Tomoaki's very first chart, from August 2012:

 

August 2012

  

In the first chart, we should point out that English was far greater, maybe about 5-6K (it just wasn't tagged much yet). Portuguese had already made a huge push (led by Yuri and MVPs) to break the 1K articles barrier. They broke it quickly in 2011.

  

  

Here's the article again:

Wiki Ninjas Blog: Language Progress

 

Special thanks to Tomoaki for doing this blog series, and to Carsten and Durval for helping with this article!

   - Ninja Ed

Comments (11)

  1. Durval Ramos says:

    Ed, Thanks for quote!

    This article is very interesting and show as the TechNet Wiki is growing... month-to-month !!!

    Great job Tomoaki, Carsten and Ed !!!

  2. Saeid Hasani says:

    It has a nice TOC!
    Thanks Ed for sharing!

  3. Very clever TOC. Interesting how many languages were represented even in August of 2012.

  4. pituach says:

    I agree... nice idea for TOC 🙂

  5. Anonymous says:

    Wiki

  6. Thanks, Durval, Saeid, Richard, and Pituach. Yes, I think the TOC really makes navigation a lot easier!

    I believe that's Carsten's original work, so thanks to Carsten for setting it up!

  7. If you're reading this blog post, make sure you catch all of Tomoaki's blogs as they happen! There was even a new one today. They're all in this feed:
    http://blogs.technet.com/b/wikininjas/archive/tags/Progress+in+Each+Language/default.aspx

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