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

First up, the weekly leader board snapshot...

 

Congratulations to Benoit and Durval for leading the charts this week!

 

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 Benoit Jester - MTFC with 233 revisions. Excellent work as always monsieur!

  

#2 Durval Ramos with 92 revisions. Hello Durval, lots of translation, rating and commenting, much appreciated! 

  

#3 Ed Price - MSFT with 50 revisions. Curating the content, for always and forever.

  

Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:

 

#4 Maheshkumar S Tiwari with 40 revisions.

  

#5 Naomi N with 37 revisions.

  

#6 Pablo Martínez with 32 revisions.

  

#7 Davut EREN with 28 revisions.

  

#8 Hezequias Vasconcelos - MTFC with 27 revisions.

  

#9 JoeyDj with 22 revisions.

  

#10 i.biswajith with 21 revisions.

  

 

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

 

#1 Benoit Jester - MTFC with 184 articles.

  

#2 Durval Ramos with 42 articles.

  

#3 Pablo Martínez with 27 articles.

  

Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:

 

#4 Ed Price - MSFT with 24 articles.

  

#5 Naomi N with 23 articles.

  

#6 Richard Mueller with 12 articles.

  

#7 Maheshkumar S Tiwari with 11 articles.

  

#8 Davut EREN with 10 articles.

  

#9 Hezequias Vasconcelos - MTFC with 8 articles.

  

#10 Mehmet PARLAKYIGIT-MTTC with 6 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 How to use dynamic excel files with dynamic sheet names in SSIS, by Falah Nabeel

This week's reviser was Falah Nabeel,

Quite surprising that this should show as most content changed this week, as it isn't very long. It is all new, from Falah.

As it is an SSIS article, I am wondering if he will be entering it in the November Guru contest? 

 

Ninja Award Longest Article Award  
Biggest article updated this week

 

This week's largest document to get some attention is once again, Migrating Bing Maps v6.3 to v7, by Ricky_Brundritt and second was Wiki Ninjas Blog Authoring Schedule  by Ed Price - MSFT

So I'll jump down to third place longest document to get some attention - Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure Design Considerations, by Thomas W Shinder - MSFT

This week's reviser was Benoit Jester - MTFC

This article is one big book for bedtime and manual of everything you ever needed to know about Hybrid Cloud design, but never knew you needed to know!

 

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

 

This week's most fiddled with article is SQL Server Database Snapshot, by JoeyDj. It was revised 21 times last week.

This week's reviser was JoeyDj,

A new article from Joey here and a very useful one too. Very well presented, and great step by step instructions.

Love the spoiler!

 

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

 

Yes it's the TechNet Guru Contributions for November 2013, by XAML guy (me) again.

This week's revisers were Maheshkumar S Tiwari, dev hedgehog, Kev Riley, Nonki Takahashi, AyyappanSubramanian, Mr X, .paul. _, Deeptendra & Ed Price - MSFT

 

So I'll highlight second most popularly edited article, SQL Server: Delete a Huge Amount of Data from a Table, by Uwe Ricken

This week's revisers were Uwe Ricken, dplotnikov - mvp, Ed Price - MSFT & Naomi N

This fine piece is also the proud winner of the October TechNet Guru competition, making Uwe a Microsoft TechNet Guru for October. Congratulations Uwe!

 

 

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

 

Nice work Mr X!!

Also in the top ten were:

 

 

A big hug and high fives all round to our winners this week, another crop of prize picks most enjoyed by all in the TechNet offices, the world, and future generations!

 

Best regards,
Pete Laker