Wikisource Statistics - Edit and Revert Trends: HaitianWednesday June 30, 2010
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Chart shows absolute numbers (y axis scale shows number of edits relative (%) to busiest month)
Chart shows ratio reverts:edits per class of editors (registered or anonymous users or bots).
Note: often peaks in revert ratio in early years are not so significant as in later years:
low absolute edit counts easily led to high fluctuations in revert ratio.
Revert ratio is ratio reverts:edits per class of editors (registered or anonymous users or bots).
Only reverts detected by md5 matching are considered here, not (partial) manual reverts only detectable by edit comment.
Reverts is less than reverted edits! Sometimes several edits are undone with one revert.
Reverts broken down by number of reverted edits: 1 edit:50%, 3 edits:50%, >5 edits:0%
When several revisions were reverted in one action, the oldest reverted revision determines editor class (and coloring):
is this a reverted user edit (reg/anon) or a reverted bot edit?
|Most Active Reverters||Most Reverted Editors||Most Reverted Articles||Most Reverted Other Non-Project Pages|
|# Rv||User/Bot||# Rv||User/Bot||# Rv||Article||# Rv||Page|
|Bot names are in dark red|
|#Rv is revert actions, not reverted revisions (sometimes a revert action undoes several revisions).|
|Only reverts detected by md5 match are considered here, not (partial) reverts only detectable via comments.|
|Projects pages are excluded due to enormous amount of false positives: some status pages are cleared often as normal process|
Generated on Saturday July 31, 2010 from recent database dump files.
Data processed up to Wednesday June 30, 2010
Please note that the lengthy dump process (many weeks) means a delay in publishing these statistics is always to be expected.
Author:Erik Zachte (Web site)
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