Monday - Interview with a Wiki Ninja
Tuesday - TNWiki Article Spotlight
Wednesday - Wiki Life
Thursday - Council Spotlight
Friday - International Update
Saturday - Top Contributors of the Week
Sunday - Surprise
Welcome back for another analysis of contributions to TechNet Wiki over the last week.
First up, the weekly leader board snapshot...
Good to see Ed pulling his weight again, at last, thinks he can go off and do other stuff apparently... Benoit and Carsten still working hard, is nice to see.
Durval storming to the top of teh new articles list! Great work sir!
As always, here are the results of another weekly crawl over the updated articles feed.
#1 Ed Price - MSFT with 298 revisions. Yarharrgh, Captain Ed is back on the bridge!
#2 Benoit Jester - MTFC with 137 revisions.
#3 Carsten Siemens with 113 revisions.
Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:
#4 Durval Ramos with 49 revisions.
#5 Recep YÜKSEL - TAT with 34 revisions.
#6 Maheshkumar S Tiwari with 33 revisions.
#7 Naomi N with 31 revisions.
#8 Lucas Camargo Reis with 21 revisions.
#9 JoeyDj with 20 revisions.
#10 Richard Mueller with 18 revisions.
#1 Ed Price - MSFT with 227 articles.
#2 Benoit Jester - MTFC with 117 articles.
#3 Carsten Siemens with 63 articles.
#4 Durval Ramos with 29 articles.
#5 Maheshkumar S Tiwari with 24 articles.
#6 Naomi N with 17 articles.
#7 Richard Mueller with 10 articles.
#8 Hetti Arachchige V Aravinda with 10 articles.
#9 Hasan Dimdik - TAT with 8 articles.
#10 Lucas Camargo Reis with 7 articles.
The article to have the most change this week was SharePoint 2013: Troubleshooting - Cannot Connect to the Configuration Database, by Gokan Ozcifci
This week's reviser was just Gokan Ozcifci himself,
This is an "oldie but goodie" from Gokan, that has been updated with fresh content. Great work as always Gokan!
This week's largest document to get some attention is Windows Azure Pack (#WAPack) and Related Blogs, Videos and TechNet Articles, by Hans Vredevoort - Hyper-V MVP
This week's reviser was Hans Vredevoort - Hyper-V MVP himself!
This is another must read for any Azure fans. Hans has returned also to update it, which keeps it at the top of the charts for essential reading.
This week's most fiddled with article is TechNet Guru Contributions for January 2014, by XAML guy. It was revised 15 times last week, revisers below.
2014 is already hotting up with some outstanding contributions. I recommend following this competition or even entering if you consider yourself a mover and shaker in any of the Microsoft Technologies.
Another of this week's most fiddled with articles is Office 365 Lessons Learnt, by Dan Kenyon-smith. It was revised 14 times last week.
This week's revisers were Dan Kenyon-smith & Naomi N
This is a nice snippet from Dan, tidied by one of our favourite wiki quality guardians, Naomi.
This is an example of giving something back, a snippet of knowledge that may save someone valuable time.
The article to be updated by the most people this week is as above and often, TechNet Guru Contributions for January 2014, by XAML guy
This week's revisers were Ed Price - MSFT, Gal Ratner, AB82, pumpkinszwan, Joseph__Moody, Mohit Kumar Gupta, Jaliya Udagedara, Paul Ishak & Mr X
So I'll highlight, the third article to be updated by the most people this week - C# : Action, Func<TResult> and Predicate<T> Delegate, by Jaliya Udagedara
This week's revisers were Maheshkumar S Tiwari, Ed Price - MSFT, Jaliya Udagedara, Peter Geelen - MSFT & Naomi N
A superb piece of work here. Excellent formatting and subject. Many of our regulars have clearly shown interest, as it is worth their time also to improve it even further.
This is exactly the example I like so show people. A quality contribution is appreciated by the community, who in turn help buff it to perfection.
Below is a list of this week's fastest ninja edits. That's an edit to an article after another person
Also in the top ten are:
2014 has really started to pick up now, with new articles and revisions jumping back up to normal healthy/busy levels.
Thanks to everyone for coming back for another year to the TechNet Wiki community.
Best regards,Pete Laker