I think we've never had annual statistics to praise the people writing
and editing code? Let's try.
(Though many areas and people are missing and data might have bugs.)
20 most active on-wiki gadget and MediaWiki:Common.js editors  in 2018:
491 DAlangi (WMF)
333 Jack who built the house
179 Wim b
124 محمد شعیب
124 Peter Bowman
119 ESanders (WMF)
82 Alex brollo
Longer list in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/P7954
20 most active Gerrit submitters  in 2018:
916 Andrew Bogott
786 Thiemo Kreuz
691 Robert Vogel
Longer list on https://wikimedia.biterg.io/ under "Gerrit" .
For more info, see https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Community_metrics
(and its talk page for anything related to wikimedia.biterg.io itself).
There are more potential statistics (Github repositories , Gerrit
reviewers , Module editors, etc.) that could be interesting - if
someone has ideas how to get such data .
 by pulling the sitematrix and getting the authors of the revisions
of all MediaWiki:Gadget-* and MediaWiki:Common.js pages per site via
(which welcomes an actual developer to write this in a proper language)
 https://wikimedia.biterg.io/ under "Gerrit > Overview" in the
"Submitters" panel, after setting "author_bot:false" in the search
field and setting the time frame in the upper right corner.
 Did not spot anything on https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Development_statistics
Andre Klapper | Bugwrangler / Developer Advocate
Greetings. Recently, a discussion started with respect to deleting a Wikipedia page, Voter decision support system. The technologies of voter decision support systems are new. Pertinent Web standards are being advanced at the W3C Voter Decision Support Community Group (https://www.w3.org/community/voter-decision-support/).
As to why we don’t already have voter decision support system software applications, as to why voters in modern democracies are not already supported with state-of-the-art software applications during and between election seasons, I indicate that a number of us are working on Web standards and schema to facilitate the development of such software applications. We can hope that software developers worldwide will find convenience from the standards and schema work underway at the W3C and IPTC.
I wanted to bring the matter to your attention, to invite each of you to review the article, to invite each of you to observe the new W3C Community Group, and to invite each of you join the debate with respect to whether the encyclopedia article should be deleted: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Voter_decisio… .
does anyone know who gets the bounce codes ?
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This is your automatic monthly Phabricator statistics mail.
Accounts created in (2018-12): 292
Active Maniphest users (any activity) in (2018-12): 849
Task authors in (2018-12): 467
Users who have closed tasks in (2018-12): 285
Projects which had at least one task moved from one column to another on
their workboard in (2018-12): 248
Tasks created in (2018-12): 1834
Tasks closed in (2018-12): 1527
Open and stalled tasks in total: 40579
Median age in days of open tasks by priority:
Unbreak now: 25
Needs Triage: 457
(How long tasks have been open, not how long they have had that priority)
Active Differential users (any activity) in (2018-12): 12
TODO: Numbers which refer to closed tasks might not be correct, as
described in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T1003 .
Fab Rick Aytor
(via community_metrics.sh on phab1001 at Tue Jan 1 00:00:27 UTC 2019)