Top Contributors (Certificate Enrollment Web Services, Windows XP, Hyper-V, Windows Server 2012)

Welcome to another analysis of contributions to TechNet Wiki over the last week (Sat-Fri)

First off, here is the screenshot of this week's leader board:

Congratulations go to everyone above, as it has been an amazing week for wiki deposits... 


Most Revisions Award  Who has made the most individual revisions


The person that has saved the most revisions across all their week's article updates is Fernando Lugão Veltem with a MIND BOGGLING 108 revisions over 32 articles!! Outstanding work Fernando!

Second place is Luigi Bruno with an equally eye watering 76 revisions over 73 articles! Wow!

All this uber-work has knocked "Lord of the Wiki" Ed Price - MSFT down to third, with an impressive 72 revisions over 36 articles.

I'd just like to add that this week also saw an amazing amount of work from many others, including Sandro Pereira, Owen Duncan [MSFT], Caio Vilas Boas, yottun8, & Hezequias Vasconcelos (in that order) all putting in between 51 & 43 revisions!


Most Articles Updated Award   Who has updated the most articles


The winner this week is Luigi Bruno, with a jaw-dropping 73 updated articles!!

Second is Ed Price - MSFT, just behind with a respectable 36 updated articles!

yottun8 is back in the game, in third, with 33 updates articles!


Most Updated Article Award  Largest amount of updated content in a single article


Well, well, according to my crawler, the document that had the most change (including HTML tags) this week was Wiki Ninja Stick Figures  by Ana Paula de Almeida

This document is one to watch, as I suspect it could grow and grow. Thanks to Ana for creating and growing it. A glance at the comments section shows this is a collaborative effort, that is at the heart of the Wiki community.


Also worth mentioning is second place - Test Lab Guide Mini-Module: Cross-Forest Certificate Enrollment using Certificate Enrollment Web Services by Kurt L Hudson

It is this week's longest of many professional and high quality documents Kurt uploads to the Wiki. He is a "Senior Technical Writer" for Microsoft's Server and Cloud Division (SCD)


Longest Article Award   Biggest article updated this week


The biggest (longest) document to receive significant changes this week is Windows XP: Certificate Status and Revocation Checking

This is surely one of the longest documents I have seen in a while, with an absolutely amazing amount of techie goodness within.

Congratulations again to Kurt L Hudson (Microsoft) for his outstanding work.


Smallest Significant Edit Award  Size isn't everything! Every edit counts.


Two articles with the same tweak Como ativar o recurso de Hyper-V no Windows 8 & Windows Server 2012 - Server Manager - Verificando Eventos Hyper-V

The tiny tweaker was yottun8, took offense to the existence of "Hyper-V" AND "Hyper V" both being tags. he removed the latter one:

Hyper-V, Hyper V, Windows 8

And of course he's right, it IS actually "Hyper-V".

The point being in this case I guess, is that the search engine will ignore the hyphen anyway, and so they are effectively the same.


Quickest Helping Hand Correcting each-other's work is what TNWiki is all about.  


This award celebrates the act of collaboration, and highlights the fastest update of another's work.

This week's fastest updated article was Windows Server 2012 Server Core: Instalar Microsoft .NET Framework - 11 minutes after the previous author.

This was a tiny change by Adriel Gavazza...

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Congratulations to everyone who wiki'd this week, there has been a noticeable swell of new content and community collaboration.

See you next week for another weekly round-up


Best regards,
Pete Laker