Project talk:Rally-2009-12

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Thread titleRepliesLast modified
?311:40, 6 June 2010
Reward523:15, 13 May 2010
Rally statistics012:38, 1 January 2010
Top list215:10, 31 December 2009
Rewarding procrastination?118:35, 27 December 2009

Guys,

When are the payments going to be effected? It's been 5 months.

Vito Genovese12:16, 2 June 2010

I know. I really, really have to set myself to this... It's all my fault. Please blame me.

Siebrand12:33, 2 June 2010

Yay. There has been movement :) See your talk page, and e-mail if your payment details are not known yet.

Siebrand11:24, 6 June 2010

Thank you Siebrand. Just sent you my reply.

Cheers

Vito Genovese11:40, 6 June 2010
 
 
 

When will we receive the prize?

Firilacroco12:54, 1 February 2010

Once I get instructions from Siebrand .. Thanks.

GerardM15:14, 1 February 2010
 

Hey Gerard!

When can we expect that to happen?

Vito Genovese12:51, 22 February 2010

As soon as I find the peace and quiet. Sorry guys.

Siebrand14:44, 22 February 2010

Any progress?

Vito Genovese23:15, 13 May 2010
 

Dear all, I want to spend a good work for Siebrand & Co. For previous rallies the payments have been perfomed, ALWAYS! So I trust the payments will be arrive asap. Good translations ;) --Joe Taras 17:59, 6 March 2010 (UTC)

Joe Taras17:59, 6 March 2010
 
 

Rally statistics

These are the final rally statistics. There cannot be correspondence about the results. :P There were 28,985 new contributions, 33,289 new contributions including bots (bot/script conversions for zh-* and arz) and 38,910 contributions including bot edits and changes for MediaWiki during the rally.

I will notify the users that have qualified but not yet claimed and update if so.

  1. Meno25 2731 (200 or more edits do not quality)
  2. Hanberke 2640 - #1 finish in the rally. Qualifies for an additional EUR 50,00 bonus.
  3. Vito Genovese 2552 - #2 finish in the rally. Qualifies for an additional EUR 50,00 bonus.
  4. Liangent 2146
  5. ChrisPtDe 1476
  6. Bjankuloski06 1306 - not yet claimed
  7. Haqmar 1001
  8. Joetaras 911
  9. Naudefj 682
  10. Nghtwlkr 669
  11. Avjoska 668 - did not qualify because insufficient edits to extensions used by Wikimedia
  12. Dragonòt 655
  13. Y-M D 569 - not yet claimed
  14. Veeven 542
  15. Prima klasy4na 537
  16. Gaoxuewei 529
  17. Stelistcristi 528
  18. Matěj Grabovský 524
  19. Turin 507
  20. YaronSh 505
  21. Yekrats 505
  22. ZeiP 503
  23. Imre 502
  24. Firilacroco 502
  25. Woraponboonkerd 501
Siebrand01:29, 1 January 2010

Current top list (09:10, 26 December 2009 (UTC)):

  1. Hanberke 1616
  2. Liangent 1409

Just a teaser. Try to get in the top 2 before the end of the year for that extra 50 Euro, guys. Go, go, go! :)

Check personal score.

This list will not be updated until after the rally to encourage you to do even more work.

Siebrand00:04, 25 December 2009

Wow, I'm impressed (:

Imre22:50, 29 December 2009

Last chance to do something about it. 8 hours and 50 minutes left:

  1. Hanberke 2329
  2. Vito Genovese 1915
  3. Liangent 1692
  4. ChrisPtDe 1474
  5. Bjankuloski06 1306
Siebrand15:10, 31 December 2009
 
 

Rewarding procrastination?

Well, that's what I get for always having been diligent in keeping "my" MediaWiki translation complete and up-to-date: there are nowhere near 500 messages left for me to translate and I don't anticipate that many being added before the end of the year. It's the teams that are behind that are getting rewarded for catching up. Sure makes me wanna be lazy till the next rally. :(

McDutchie16:40, 27 December 2009

I hope you will not, but I cannot keep you from doing it. The rally it not there to earn money - the 50 bucks it may get you amounts to hardly 10 bucks per hour - but to motivate you to get active again. Also, we have held up to 3 rallys now; it is uncertain - and if know would not be announced - if there will be more.

Siebrand18:35, 27 December 2009