We could give you these results for the Italian, Polish, German, or Portuguese Wikipedias. 
For the English ones, you need to wait a little bit longer (we need to do one more run, probably a month).  The results are all in a standard format, so once you write a script to look at one, you can look at them all.  Which ones are of interest to you?  We should actually put them on a web page. 


On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 11:46 AM, Joseph Reagle <reagle@mit.edu> wrote:
On Friday 06 November 2009, Luca de Alfaro wrote:
> Of course, this would just give you a measure of how much of each
> contribution is kept.  It would not tell you much about the intellectual
> contribution -- your adding a date for an event, will be judges as much as a
> bot adding a new category to the revision (both 1-word changes).

I don't think I have the expertise or computational resources to run such an analysis, but if it's convenient, I'd be interested in some results. Basically, I'm just wondering how much of the stuff that comes in is at least in some way useful.

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