I agree to that one..My company's internet gateway for this office is via
Honk Kong. So my views and edits may be seen as from Honk Kong !
But still, this is a good data point to start with...
On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 9:44 AM, arjuna rao chavala <
> On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 3:20 AM, theo10011 <de10...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey everyone
>> Just wanted to inform everyone that there are some new statistics
>> available about global Wikipedia usage for Q3 of this year.
>> The most surprising information is in the language-wise breakdown of edits
>> per country:
>> The first Indian language on the list by 0.03% of global share is Hindi,
>> followed by Telugu, Malayalam and Marathi, all at 0.02% of global Usage. the
>> most surprising statistics is that the largest Page views to these languages
>> is not from India but the US sometimes more than several times the number of
>> views from India. Tamil is the only language where this disparity as its
>> Interesting update. But I have a doubt your conclusion on one point about
> language page view statistic, based on my analysis of localized firefox
> I feel that if a multinational company headquarted in US has a set of IP
> addresses, it can use those addresses from India as well. Or the proxy might
> be US IP. In which case the Indian page views can be treated as US page
> views. If the number of edits from India have gone up in the respective
> language, the views also would go up, as the views for the edits are not
> removed from the total views.
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