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Are there stats as far as posts/quality of posts over time?
I have kept up to date this summary of best nodes reputation from 2007 onwards which shows that the node reputation of best nodes of the month steadily decreased from 83-135 votes in March 2007 down to 46-65 votes in Dec 2011. It has been remarkably stable since then: in Dec 2012 it was 47-64 votes, today it is 40-64 votes.

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Update Aug 06 2016: From tinymicros:

2016 (1843 top level nodes) 2015 (3824 top level nodes) 2014 (5022 top level nodes) 2013 (6814 top level nodes) 2012 (6837 top level nodes) 2011 (7055 top level nodes) 2010 (7015 top level nodes) 2009 (8799 top level nodes) 2008 (7989 top level nodes) 2007 (7900 top level nodes) 2006 (8984 top level nodes) 2005 (11882 top level nodes) 2004 (11452 top level nodes) 2003 (11887 top level nodes) 2002 (12533 top level nodes) 2001 (12642 top level nodes) 2000 (5981 top level nodes) 1999 (78 top level nodes)


In reply to Re: Is PM more active or less active than X years ago? by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread Is PM more active or less active than X years ago? by OfficeLinebacker

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    [holli]: i was just thinking of the bare content.
    [LanX]: Plenty of "templates" realised with CGI-HTML-function
    [LanX]: well if you want you can fetch all XML and translate it to another board markup
    [moritz]: at this time, a migration could consist of only migrating the rendered HTML of nodes
    [moritz]: to a forum software that supports raw HTML input for legacy threads, and uses sane markup for everything else
    [holli]: yeah, then vroom will personally stab me in the back at night
    [holli]: exactly, moritz
    [moritz]: with a big table of redirects to support the old links
    [LanX]: do it
    [holli]: well if you put some cleverness into the migration you can auto convert most of the links as well

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