On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 12:13 PM, John Vandenberg <jayvdb(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I don't see any reason for alarm in the data that
we do have.
According to statistics which you gave (btw, thanks for pointing to
them, I didn't know where to find them):
Commons is in a constant and significant decrease since May 2007.
In not so strong decrease since January 2008 (but we don't have data
after May 2008)
Old Wikisource is not so big project and it is not possible to make
All Wiktionaries together stay well, this is true.
It seems that all Wikisources together had begun decrease at the
beginning of 2008. However, according to the second link, it seem that
they stays well. (BTW, I would like to see a short explanation of the
significance of ProofreadPage extension and pages which used them.)
BTW, again, number articles *will* raise except there are big
problems. One new page per month means that there is one article more
and somewhat bigger database. I explained in one of the previous
emails  why some data are more relevant than others. (If you have
objections to this approach, please let me know what are the errors of
And, again, I would be really happy to see that I am wrong. I didn't
spend significant time in analysis just because I like to spread
defeatism; but to point to the problem.
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