Top Contributors Awards! Let's talk TRUST! Plus SharePoint, Microsoft Management Packs, MS Project, and much more!


Welcome back for another analysis of contributions to TechNet Wiki over the last week. Only one day behind the usual slot! Nearly back on track!

First up, the weekly leader board snapshot...

 

As always, here are the results of another weekly crawl over the updated articles feed.

 

Ninja Award Most Revisions Award  
Who has made the most individual revisions
 

 

#1 Ken Cenerelli with 77 revisions.

  

#2 John - Project with 19 revisions.

  

#3 Andy ONeill with 16 revisions.

  

Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:

 

#4 Richard Mueller with 13 revisions.

  

#5 Emiliano Musso with 9 revisions.

  

#6 Renato Groffe with 7 revisions.

  

#7 Marcelo Strippoli with 6 revisions.

  

#8 Danish Islam with 6 revisions.

  

#9 SYEDSHANU with 6 revisions.

  

#10 Inderjeet Singh Jaggi with 5 revisions.

  

 

Ninja Award Most Articles Updated Award  
Who has updated the most articles
 

 

#1 Ken Cenerelli with 66 articles.

  

#2 John - Project with 7 articles.

  

#3 Richard Mueller with 4 articles.

  

Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:

 

#4 Andy ONeill with 4 articles.

  

#5 Marcelo Strippoli with 3 articles.

  

#6 Renato Groffe with 2 articles.

  

#7 Danish Islam with 2 articles.

  

#8 Brad_V with 2 articles.

  

#9 SYEDSHANU with 2 articles.

  

#10 SekThang with 2 articles.

  

 

Ninja Award Most Updated Article Award  
Largest amount of updated content in a single article
 

 

The article to have the most change this week was Microsoft Trusted Root Certificate Program: Participants, by Jody Cloutier - MSFT

This week's reviser was Jody Cloutier - MSFT

Lots of change here from Cody, showing TechNet remains relevant! Thanks Cody!

 

Ninja Award Longest Article Award  
Biggest article updated this week
 

 

This week's largest document to get some attention is Microsoft Trusted Root Certificate Program: Participants, by Jody Cloutier - MSFT

This week's reviser was Jody Cloutier - MSFT

It's a long one too! 😀

 

Ninja Award Most Revised Article Award  
Article with the most revisions in a week
 

 

This week's most fiddled with article is SharePoint 2013: Retrieve Recurrence Data programmatically from a calendar list, by Prasath C. It was revised 10 times last week.

This week's revisers were Ken Cenerelli & Prasath C

Hard work incoming from Prasath! Keep it coming matey!

 

Ninja Award Most Popular Article Award  
Collaboration is the name of the game!
 

 

The article to be updated by the most people this week is TechNet Guru Contributions - September 2015, by XAML guy

Gurus provide neural nom nom, proving there is a lively community within TechNet.

This week's revisers were FZB, RyanNewington, Emiliano Musso, Inderjeet Singh Jaggi, Richard Mueller, Rishabh Banga & Dan Christian

 

As Guru often wins, the article to be updated by the second most people this week is Microsoft Management Packs, by DanielSavage [MSFT]

Tweak, nudge, buff. Team TechNet at its best!

This week's revisers were Ken Cenerelli, Stanislav Zhelyazkov, Jean-Sébastien DUCHÊNE & Suraj Guptha

 

Ninja Award 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

 

Ninja Award Winner Summary  
Let's celebrate our winners!
 

 

Below are a few statistics on this week's award winners.

Most Revisions Award Winner
The reviser is the winner of this category.

Ken Cenerelli

Ken Cenerelli has been interviewed on TechNet Wiki!

Ken Cenerelli has featured articles on TechNet Wiki!

Ken Cenerelli has won 13 previous Top Contributor Awards. Most recent five shown below:

Ken Cenerelli has TechNet Guru medals, for the following articles:

Ken Cenerelli's profile page

Most Articles Award Winner
The reviser is the winner of this category.

Ken Cenerelli

Ken Cenerelli is mentioned above.

Most Updated Article Award Winner
The author is the winner, as it is their article that has had the changes.

Jody Cloutier - MSFT

Jody Cloutier - MSFT has won 2 previous Top Contributor Awards:

Jody Cloutier - MSFT has not yet had any interviews, featured articles or TechNet Guru medals (see below)

Jody Cloutier - MSFT's profile page

Longest Article Award Winner
The author is the winner, as it is their article that is so long!

Jody Cloutier - MSFT

Jody Cloutier - MSFT is mentioned above.

Most Revised Article Winner
The author is the winner, as it is their article that has ben changed the most

Prasath C

Prasath C has won 2 previous Top Contributor Awards:

Prasath C has not yet had any interviews, featured articles or TechNet Guru medals (see below)

Prasath C's profile page

Most Popular Article Winner
The author is the winner, as it is their article that has had the most attention.

XAML guy

XAML guy has been interviewed on TechNet Wiki!

XAML guy has featured articles on TechNet Wiki!

XAML guy has won 89 previous Top Contributor Awards. Most recent five shown below:

XAML guy has TechNet Guru medals, for the following articles:

XAML guy's profile page

DanielSavage [MSFT]

DanielSavage [MSFT] has won 3 previous Top Contributor Awards:

DanielSavage [MSFT] has not yet had any interviews, featured articles or TechNet Guru medals (see below)

DanielSavage [MSFT]'s profile page

Ninja Edit Award Winner
The author is the reviser, for it is their hand that is quickest!

John - Project

John - Project has won 3 previous Top Contributor Awards:

John - Project has not yet had any interviews, featured articles or TechNet Guru medals (see below)

John - Project's profile page

We're all winners at TechNet. Give, take, love!   <3

 

Best regards,
Pete Laker (XAML guy)

 

Comments (10)

  1. I’ve a doubt about the longest article award, regarding how the lenght of an article is calculated: in fact, even removing source code, my article

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/32140.basis-of-neural-networks-in-visual-basic-net.aspx is more than twice as long than the article that won the award. Can someone explain what are the requisited of the award? Thanks

  2. Congrats to all the winners!

  3. pituach says:

    Congratulations to all winners!
    Well done to all contributors 🙂

  4. Congrats to Ken, Andy, Jody, Prasath, John, Luiz, and Richard!

    Great week, everyone!

  5. Danish Islam says:

    Congratulations to everyone…

  6. Congratulations to all! Ken you rock!

  7. Arleta Wanat says:

    Out of curiosity, what is the current frequency of the Top Contributors Awards?

    It used to be so nice to see Wiki’s progress and everyone’s nice work done and summarized here every Monday. It gave you a good boost for the week ahead 🙂 but now I haven’t seen anything from 13/09 🙁

  8. Pete Laker says:

    I’m very sorry it wasn’t here last week Arleta, the crawler broke and omitted the user lookup ids, which made the results useless for publishing or database storage. As I was short on time that week, I just had to let it go. There are big changes afoot
    within the wiki, which make it impractical investing much more time tracking down and fixing such rare heisenbugs.

    I have missed a few weekends here and there as a result, or posted later in the week, as you will see if you page through the blog history.

    Thank you very much for your support and feedback, which makes it all worth doing. Most people who blog here are just community helpers, so we don’t receive anything else in return, other than your kind words of encouragement. So I am very grateful for your
    curiosity!

  9. Arleta Wanat says:

    Thank you! I am in the same situation and need weekly encouragement 🙂 You are doing awesome job and thank you for summing up all our efforts!

  10. Pete Laker says:

    Emiliano, sorry for not answering before, I don’t know how I missed that one. The length is calculated mainly from number of characters, including tags, as extra tags = extra formatting, which also counts as a bonus. Images are an extra bonus score too,
    as we all love pictures 🙂

    Pictures especially take up a lot of extra characters, depending on the URL and surrounding HTML. So I do sometimes skip the first few longest results, as they are sometimes too skewed by the bonuses above.

    As mentioned, the wiki may soon have such a makeover, that the old system will have to be rewritten, so I am not considering changes to the scoring system until those changes.

    My apologies if this has overlooked your amazingly beautiful article. Just do a couple of tweaks to it over the coming weeks, and I’ll try to remember to pick it for well deserved glorification 😀

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