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...
Nice to see Mahesh up there in the hundreds, with Peter and Ed, leading the contributors board this week!
Congrats to Mustafa, for all the new articles he's been churning out!
As always, here are the results of another weekly crawl over the updated articles feed.
#1 Peter Geelen - MSFT with 141 revisions.
#2 Ed Price - MSFT with 117 revisions.
#3 Maheshkumar S Tiwari with 114 revisions.
Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:
#4 João Eduardo Sousa with 68 revisions.
#5 Hezequias Vasconcelos - MTFC with 57 revisions.
#6 Benoit Jester - MTFC with 52 revisions.
#7 Alan Nascimento Carlos with 50 revisions.
#8 Carsten Siemens with 35 revisions.
#9 Yagmoth555 with 21 revisions.
#10 Hasan Dimdik - TAT with 21 revisions.
#1 Ed Price - MSFT with 95 articles.
#2 Peter Geelen - MSFT with 84 articles.
#3 Maheshkumar S Tiwari with 52 articles.
#4 Benoit Jester - MTFC with 43 articles.
#5 João Eduardo Sousa with 35 articles.
#6 Carsten Siemens with 24 articles.
#7 Hezequias Vasconcelos - MTFC with 22 articles.
#8 Alan Nascimento Carlos with 22 articles.
#9 Mehmet PARLAKYIGIT-TAT with 16 articles.
#10 Richard Mueller with 11 articles.
The article to have the most change this week was Configuring the Windows Server 2012 R2 Base Configuration Test Lab in Windows Azure, by Joe Davies
This week's reviser was Joe Davies.
Well, "most change" as in deleted! As the remaining link says, it is now available somewhere else, so I am guessing this page itself may get removed due to its futility.
So I'll mention the article to have the SECOND most change this week, a new article called .NET Resources on Technet Wiki, by Peter Geelen - MSFT.
This week's reviser was Peter Geelen - MSFT.
What a fantastic collection of links from Peter. Could do with some organising or grouping maybe, but it is an invaluable bookmark for anyone wanting to just trawl through random .net related articles.
This week's largest document to get some attention is SharePoint 2010 : Custom BCS connector for Search with Security Trimming, Batching, Incremental Crawling, by Nitin K. Gupta.
This week's reviser was Nitin K. Gupta.
This is a great collaboration document, from Nitin Gupta and Vaibhav Sharma. There's a whole heap of code with this one, but plenty of detailed descriptions scattered through it too. Great work guys!
This week's most fiddled with article is SharePoint Resources on the TechNet Wiki, by Maheshkumar S Tiwari. It was revised 25 times last week.
This week's reviser was Maheshkumar S Tiwari.
Another colossal collection of links, this time for all things SharePoint.
Both Peter's and Mahesh's articles are hopefully being entered in this month's Guru competition, as they both fit into the new "Wiki & Portals" category.
This new category is for articles which are about the actual wiki itself, or portal pages (link lists to other TechNet/Wiki pages)
The article to be updated by the most people this week is TechNet Guru Contributions for January 2014, by XAML guy.
This was mostly people tidying it in retrospect, as January is closed, but still wins on a slow week for collaboration.
This week's revisers were XAML guy, Ed Price - MSFT, Naomi N, Richard Mueller, Madhu_SA & Maheshkumar S Tiwari.
The article to be updated by the SECOND most people this week is Wiki: Portal of TechNet Wiki Portals, by Richard Mueller.
A fantastic portal page, that is growing into an alpha point for the whole wiki.
This week's revisers were Richard Mueller, Yagmoth555, João Eduardo Sousa, Naomi N & Carsten Siemens.
The article to be updated by the THIRD most people this week is Visual C# Resources on the TechNet Wiki, by Maheshkumar S Tiwari.
Another great collection of links here from Mahesh. Keep up the great work sir!
This week's revisers were João Eduardo Sousa, Carsten Siemens, Peter Geelen - MSFT, Maheshkumar S Tiwari & Paul Ishak.
Below is a list of this week's fastest ninja edits. That's an edit made to an article after another person made an edit:
Congratulations Denis! Way faster than anyone else this week!
Thanks also to the rest of the top ten ninja edits this week:
We are so lucky to have this many dedicated individuals, working together in the TechNet Wiki community. So many regular names, and always a few new ones too!
See you next week for so much more awesomeness!!
Best regards,Pete Laker