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...
Hurrah for Benoit! A tremendous performance by Ben this week, rocketing him to the top of the charts!
Alan commanding a masterful lead of the New Articles tally too!
As always, here are the results of another weekly crawl over the updated articles feed.
#1 Benoit Jester - MTFC with 198 revisions.
#2 Gokan Ozcifci with 121 revisions.
#3 Peter Geelen - MSFT with 55 revisions.
Just behind the winners but also worth a mention are:
#4 Tomasso Groenendijk with 50 revisions.
#5 i.biswajith with 42 revisions.
#6 Richard Mueller with 38 revisions.
#7 Craig Lussier with 34 revisions.
#8 Mr X with 33 revisions.
#9 Carsten Siemens with 32 revisions.
#10 Nonki Takahashi with 30 revisions.
#1 Benoit Jester - MTFC with 130 articles.
#2 Gokan Ozcifci with 109 articles.
#3 Craig Lussier with 32 articles.
#4 Richard Mueller with 20 articles.
#5 Peter Geelen - MSFT with 17 articles.
#6 Tomasso Groenendijk with 14 articles.
#7 Davut EREN - TAT with 14 articles.
#8 Ugur Demir - TAT with 14 articles.
#9 Durval Ramos with 9 articles.
#10 Elguc Yusifbeyli-TAT with 9 articles.
The article to have the most change this week was new arrival, Migrating BizTalk Server maps to Windows Azure BizTalk Services (WABS) maps, by Sandro Pereira
This week's reviser was Sandro Pereira,
This is an entry by Sandro for the February Guru Competition, and another fine piece of work it is to, from somewhat of a legend in the BizTalk chronicles.
Good luck Sandro, thanks for giving us such detailed awesomeness!
Also in the news, the March competition page has just been released!
Let's see who's first to contribute!
This week's largest document to get some attention is Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure Design Considerations, by Thomas W Shinder - MSFT
This week's reviser was Craig Lussier,
This is just a colossal tome of knowledge from Thomas and always worth a mention.
This is just full of eye popping and mind expanding stuff, it would enrich the most experienced cloud user developers with at least one more thing they never knew they didn't know.
This week's most fiddled with article is The Man Behind TechNet Wiki, by XAML guy, Jayakumaur (JK), Ed Price - MSFT, Steef-Jan Wiggers, Richard Mueller, Durval Ramos, Naomi N, Bruno Lewin - MSFT, Peter Geelen - MSFT, Davut EREN - TAT, Craig Lussier & Margriet Bruggeman. It was revised 69 times last week.
This week, the TechNet bloggers and councilors came together in an outpouring of gushy love for the big man that is Ed Price.
When we heard it was his birthday, we colluded behind darkened doorways and shady chat rooms, to concoct a birthday page for the man that we all agree drives TechNet Wiki to new heights!
Happy Birthday again Ed.
The article to be updated by the most people this week is TechNet Guru Contributions for February, by XAML guy
Wow, what a busy end to the month for TechNet Guru, with many players only revealing their hand in the last days and hours of February.
This week's revisers were Mr X, Magnus (MM8), Ramakrishnaraja, Eihab Isaac, Benoit Jester - MTFC, Carsten Siemens, Jayakumaur (JK), HimanshuSharma, Durval Ramos, Tim Pacl, dev hedgehog, Ed Price - MSFT, Praveen Rayan D'sa, IshamMohamed, Nonki Takahashi, Shweta Jain, Richard Mueller, Mohit Kumar Gupta, Ahmad Osama, Sandro Pereira, ChristophMaresch, Jaliya Udagedara & João Eduardo Sousa
That hyperactivity around the Guru competition even pushed The Man Behind TechNet Wiki, by XAML guy, Jayakumaur (JK), Ed Price - MSFT, Steef-Jan Wiggers, Richard Mueller, Durval Ramos, Naomi N, Bruno Lewin - MSFT, Peter Geelen - MSFT, Davut EREN - TAT, Craig Lussier & Margriet Bruggeman into second place!
Below is a list of this week's fastest ninja edits. That's an edit to an article after another person
Congratulations Margriet! An appropriate winner, as the idea started with you!This is a funny top ten this week, as we all jostled to buff Ed's birthday surprise before he woke.
Wow, some great activity this week, with most new content based around the Guru competition and most activity based around Ed's secret birthday surprise.
It was heart warming to see how quickly the bloggers and councilors came together with birthday messages for Ed.
It is also amazing to see how many top quality professionals are gravitating to the Wiki through the Guru awards.
I am very proud and honoured to get to know you all.
Best regards,Pete Laker