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I have noticed in the past couple of months that around 06:00-07:00 UTC, there are rarely more than 15 monks in Other Users. Given that a certain number of those people might have left a Chatterbox client running and are not actually present, I'd hazard that the number of active people is less than 10. The easiest way to verify this would be to get tye or ar0n to do some access_log munging to look for the trough.

Another hint that activity is low is that "all is quiet" in the CB. This means that if anyone posted a node requiring urgent editing, the wait might be fairly lengthy.

Taking a quik squint at the editors group, I see that Adam, chipmunk, Masem, neshura and tilly and were last here a number of weeks ago. And that's not counting Nate who was here 7 days ago but is not otherwise a regular participant.

I'd tend to say that most of the editing is performed by the usual bunch of suspects. Maybe a couple of additions would be a good thing, just in case they're not around.


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in thread More Non-US Editors Needed? by footpad

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