Apparently these are not updating as anticipated.
Toby / 99of9
On Fri, May 18, 2012 at 11:38 AM, Erik Moeller <erik(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
Erik Zachte has compiled some new statistics for Wikimedia Commons.
Previously, WikiStats primarily captured the standard metrics (editing
activity etc.). Since Commons is first and foremost about media, those
metrics weren't as useful to see trends in activity. You can see the
new numbers starting here:
.. and they should be reliably and automatically generated going
forward. There are also some new summary graphs:
Note that we can break out in both tables the impact of Upload Wizard.
The numbers show that the growth rate of Commons increased very
significantly after UW was enabled in May 2011. The number of
contributors grew by about 25% from March 2011 to March 2012, compared
with ~12% in the prior year.
The numbers also clearly show the impact of "Wiki Loves Monuments" in
terms of the number of uploaders -- in September 2011, 22642 people
uploaded at least one file to Commons, a huge jump from the previous
month (16869). The number of uploaders quickly returned to previous
levels, but it's fantastic to see that a single event can bring in so
many new people.
Erik's working on some additional stats, but I wanted to share this
date with you. He's also going to write a blog post about this new
data. Please report any oddities or inconsistencies directly to him.
I also want to give a shout-out to Bryan Tong Minh who's been
maintaining the incredibly useful commons-stats here:
- which previously were my
primary source of relevant data (and there are still some stats there
that don't exist anywhere else).
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