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[Project Tiger]: Stats update - Punjabi leads the contest!
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Ravishankar
2018-04-15 11:47:22 UTC
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Hi,

After 45 days (11:41, 15 April 2018 (UTC)) since the Project Tiger writing
contest live,

172 users have created 1121 articles adding at least 32,464 pageviews
through newly created articles.

Punjabi leads the contest with 304 topics.

More stats here.
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Supporting_Indian_Language_Wikipedias_Program/Contest/Stats>

Please note that Top 3 winners in each participating community will win
prizes worth 3,000 INR, 2,000 INR, and 1,000 INR every month. Besides
monthly prizes for individual editors, the community that creates the most
number of articles will win a *community capacity training prize which is
worth 10,00,000 Indian Rupee budget to train 40 people for 3 days*. The
training will be facilitated by CIS-A2K and the Wikimedia Foundation.

The contest will runs until May 31st, 2018.

Ravi
Abhinav srivastava
2018-04-16 11:31:03 UTC
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Thanks Ravi for sharing this.

Are there also statistics for smaller language community such as Sindhi,
Tulu, Urdu, Sanskrit etc ?

Thanks,
Abhinav
Post by Ravishankar
Hi,
After 45 days (11:41, 15 April 2018 (UTC)) since the Project Tiger writing
contest live,
172 users have created 1121 articles adding at least 32,464 pageviews
through newly created articles.
Punjabi leads the contest with 304 topics.
More stats here.
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Supporting_Indian_Language_Wikipedias_Program/Contest/Stats>
Please note that Top 3 winners in each participating community will win
prizes worth 3,000 INR, 2,000 INR, and 1,000 INR every month. Besides
monthly prizes for individual editors, the community that creates the
most number of articles will win a *community capacity training prize
which is worth 10,00,000 Indian Rupee budget to train 40 people for 3 days*
. The training will be facilitated by CIS-A2K and the Wikimedia
Foundation.
The contest will runs until May 31st, 2018.
Ravi
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