Monthly Archives: September 2008

Pretty much none whatsoever

Han-Teng Liao recently inquired about the effects of the unblocking of the Chinese Wikipedia on the traffic volume directed to zh.wikipedia.org. He may be as amazed as I am that the effect in terms of number of page requests has … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin

Ever heard of Sarah Palin? I bet you know a few things about her. I bet you did not one week ago. When senator John McCain announced she would be his running mate for the presidential election she was unknown … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin

Ever heard of Sarah Palin? I bet you know a few things about her. I bet you did not one week ago. When senator John McCain announced she would be his running mate for the presidential election she was unknown … Continue reading

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Wikipedia page requests per day

Note: the low figures for March 3and 4 are an artifact: no data were collected for several hours on both days. Since December 2007 all page requests to all Wikimedia projects are counted, and hourly totals per article title written … Continue reading

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Phase transition

Today I start my part-time (40%) job at the Wikimedia Foundation. In my capacity of Data Analyst I will, as Brion put it:  “continue to maintain and develop code to provide critical operational metrics about our projects. A key first … Continue reading

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