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Welcome back for another analysis of contributions to TechNet Wiki over the last week.

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 Peter Geelen - MSFT with 89 revisions.

  

#2 Davut EREN with 20 revisions.

  

#3 Richard Mueller with 19 revisions.

  

Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:

 

#4 Gustavo Zimmermann Montesdioca with 13 revisions.

  

#5 Inderjeet Singh Jaggi with 9 revisions.

  

#6 Denis Dyagilev with 9 revisions.

  

#7 Ken Cenerelli with 9 revisions.

  

#8 João Eduardo Sousa with 8 revisions.

  

#9 GNKeshava with 8 revisions.

  

#10 Alvise2009 with 8 revisions.

  

 

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

 

#1 Peter Geelen - MSFT with 36 articles.

  

#2 Davut EREN with 17 articles.

  

#3 Denis Dyagilev with 6 articles.

  

Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:

 

#4 Ken Cenerelli with 6 articles.

  

#5 Gustavo Zimmermann Montesdioca with 4 articles.

  

#6 Antonio Pelleriti with 4 articles.

  

#7 João Eduardo Sousa with 4 articles.

  

#8 Abhishek0127[Abhishek kumar] with 3 articles.

  

#9 Richard Mueller with 3 articles.

  

#10 Mohammad Nizamuddin with 3 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 FIM 2010 Wiki Articles, by Peter Geelen - MSFT

This week's reviser was Peter Geelen - MSFT

An oldie but goody! Peter that is, and the article! 🙂

Peter here showing why he is the kin of FIM, as he keeps us all "relevant" and up to date with links and learning. 

 

Ninja Award Longest Article Award  
Biggest article updated this week
 

 

This week's largest document to get some attention is Wiki: Glossary of Technology Acronyms, by Richard Mueller

This week's reviser was Richard Mueller

This is a must keep bookmark for everyone, as a valuable centre of all acronyms. Thanks Richard for your continuing efforts!

 

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

 

This week's most fiddled with article is Wiki Template: Alternative TOC, by Peter Geelen - MSFT. It was revised 10 times last week.

This week's reviser was Peter Geelen - MSFT

More greatness from Peter here, as he shows us some alternative TOCs. Most articles should have a TOC, if they have multiple sections/headings. But there is no reason you have to put [TOC] at the start of your articles. Here are some alternatives.

 

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 - November 2015, by XAML guy

Gurus continue to come from far and wide to help those less learned. Behold the wise words flowing from these heroes of the community!

This week's revisers were Reed Kimble, Natig Gurbanov, Ed Price - MSFT, Mauricio Feijo, Vipul Snehadeep Chawathe, Muhamamd Bilal Amjad, Peter Geelen - MSFT, Daniel Örneling, Mohammad Nizamuddin & Maria Couto 

 

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.

Peter Geelen - MSFT

Peter Geelen - MSFT has been interviewed on TechNet Wiki!

Peter Geelen - MSFT has featured articles on TechNet Wiki!

Peter Geelen - MSFT has won 72 previous Top Contributor Awards. Most recent five shown below:

Peter Geelen - MSFT has TechNet Guru medals, for the following articles:

Peter Geelen - MSFT's profile page

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

Peter Geelen - MSFT

Peter Geelen - MSFT is mentioned above.

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

Peter Geelen - MSFT

Peter Geelen - MSFT is mentioned above.

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

Richard Mueller

Richard Mueller has been interviewed on TechNet Wiki!

Richard Mueller has featured articles on TechNet Wiki!

Richard Mueller has won 136 previous Top Contributor Awards. Most recent five shown below:

Richard Mueller has TechNet Guru medals, for the following articles:

Richard Mueller's profile page

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

Peter Geelen - MSFT

Peter Geelen - MSFT is mentioned above.

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 93 previous Top Contributor Awards. Most recent five shown below:

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

XAML guy's profile page

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

Vipul Snehadeep Chawathe

This is the first Top Contributors award for Vipul Snehadeep Chawathe on TechNet Wiki! Congratulations Vipul Snehadeep Chawathe!

Vipul Snehadeep Chawathe has not yet had any interviews, featured articles or TechNet Guru medals (see below)

Vipul Snehadeep Chawathe's profile page

We are very lucky to have such amazing members of this community, continuing to give their time and knowledge to help those less fortunate! Thank you all!

 

Best regards,
Pete Laker (XAML guy)

 

Comments (11)

  1. Congrats to all the winners!

  2. Thank you Pete, and congratulations to the winners!

  3. Congrats to Peter, Davut, Richard, Denis, XAML guy/Peter, and Vipul!

    Peter Geelen really cleaned up the awards this week! =^)

  4. Chervine says:

    Congrats to all top contributors!

  5. Congrats to all the Winners 🙂

  6. Vipul Snehadeep Chawathe says:

    Thank you. I’ll be back with more C++, and mostly UWP goodness.

  7. Vipul Snehadeep Chawathe says:

    Thank you, Ed.

  8. Vipul Snehadeep Chawathe says:

    @Ed As Lumia SDK documentation lacked C++ QuickStart, I wrote it as per VB & C# ones, & Peter Geelan deleted it for pirating C#. If I could submit it elsewhere inside MSDN, then I’d have done that regardless of the recognition(viz. bonus at most). & for
    my next C++ app I was referring it too, as translating from C# & VB is such a time waste. If piracy is bad, then nearly all XAML TNWiki articles are either insubstantial or rip-offs of scripts from Channel 9 videos. What’s this, C++ hatred?

  9. Pete Laker says:

    Peter and the team fight a daily battle against plagiarism, and every now and then they may make a mistake.

    If your contribution is a C++ port, then it s a valid contribution in my opinion.

    I will flag this up with the team right away.

  10. Peter Geelen says:

    Related to the Lumia Imaging SDK 3.0 > Quick Start, it’s noble to translate the C# code to C++, but this doesn’t create an exception to the copyright rules and guidelines, which are base on laws and internaltional legal rules. You still must use proper
    source reference and credits, and you stll are not allowed to take credit for content that is owned by someone else.

  11. Thanks, guys, for working through this C++ port. Thanks, PG for re-activating the article and clarifying credits.

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