You can call it a comeback; it's been dead for a year. We used to see these charts every month, but it's been a while. Since I have access to the metrics, I got permission to pick up the torch and share some of this info with everyone. The only thing I can't do is find out what the most visited pages are (profiles, blogs, games, concepts, etc.) and that's because I don't have access to the Google analytics. If those become available, I'll surely add those in. But, even without that, there's plenty of blue bars and numbers to comb through.
Also, if it's not obvious, you can click on the images to embiggen them, which makes the data labels easier to read.
You can see here there was a boost in activity during E3 2012. This will become a theme in many of the charts to follow.
quest to write a blog every day about video game bosses was a success and easily put him at the top of the heap in terms of blog authors on the site.
Only the Microsoft E3 Press Conference is more popular than wrestling on Giant Bomb. Nice work,
I'm kind of surprised that I'm on this list, but maybe it's due to all those videos I uploaded during E3. No surprise thatis at the top though.
Looks like Hailinel's blog project put him at the top of the forum topic creators list as well. Both he andcreated more topics than Patrick created news topics. That's a lot.
There's a part of this one that doesn't make any sense to me. Why is there a huge drop off in topics created during E3? It shoots up on Day 1, but then falls into the basement on Day 2. I don't know. It's weird.
I didn't know where else to put this, but this is a chart of notification traffic each day. This includes @ replies, friend requests, review recommendations, list recommendations, wall posts, wiki approvals, wiki denials, and all direct PM's.
I don't know whatis doing, but he's doing a lot of it.
User reviews have half stars, while staff reviews don't. So, numerically, a user review of 5 is really 10.
There were only about 4000 views separating #1 from #10 here.
It seems most of us like high quality video, but not TOO high quality.
Again, I can only assume that posting a video counts as a comment. Otherwise, there's no way I had over 100 comments on videos.
was the most active wiki editor in terms of individual edits this month.
Oh! So, that's how Etrian Odyssey made its way to the most edited pages chart (see below).seems to be blowin' it up.
These are the most edit pages for the month of June. Not in terms of point differential, but just number of individual edits made. No surprise that E3 2012 easily was at the top, and check out one of our newest concept pages; Skull for a Head.
If you thought the Release system was largely ignored, this proves you wrong. Still, there's a lot of work to be done in that area of the site. I have to believe thathas something to do with this chart's results.
Here's the number of edits per category. I might be the only one, but I hope we eventually get a revamped version of accessory pages.
Here's a glimpse into wiki moderation. Here you can see how many submissions are made per day broken down into users with live edit privileges versus newer wiki editors and even how rarely we actually have to reject stuff.
And, lastly, here's a look at how active your friendly, neighborhood moderators are on the wiki queue. Unfortunately, there's no metric for showing who's doing the heavy lifting on forum moderations. Clearlywas killin' it during June.
See ya next month!