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Post by Basquetteur » November 7th, 2019, 2:49 pm

Leni wrote:
November 1st, 2019, 6:49 pm
What's interesting about the 883 books so far is that we need exactly 200 books, 100 per month now, to equal the record of 1083 books catalogued in 2013. And 201 books to surpass it. Just saying. :mrgreen:
I think that on average some 80 to 95 books are produced monthly. The supplementary effort in March 2019 produced 122 books. May be December will be a very productive month?.

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Post by TriciaG » December 3rd, 2019, 8:31 am

This is a few days late...

During the month of November we cataloged 70 books (and 10 already in December), giving us 963 so far for 2019.

(So we need 120 more books cataloged in December to tie the record. Not to be pessimistic, but I don't think that's going to happen.)

Other stats as of today:
Total number of projects 14018
Number of completed projects 13405
Number of completed non-English projects 1737
Total number of languages 98
Number of languages with a completed work 39
Number of completed solo projects 7199
Number of readers 9533
...who have completed something 9403
Mystery/PulpFic: Dope, by Sax Rohmer
The one that started them all: Self-Help, by Samuel Smiles
Elizabethan Poetry: The Psalmes of David
Boring works 30-70 minutes long: Insomnia Collection 5
Short essays: Elia, and The Last Essays of Elia

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Post by Leni » December 3rd, 2019, 2:25 pm

November was pretty slow for some reason. :hmm:
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Post by annise » December 3rd, 2019, 2:35 pm

Not necessarily - we don't have a stat about the length of recordings, and if there is a burst of 1-2 hour recordings the figures are higher.
So we can't say it was nonproductive, we may have produced more hours of recording than the previous month.

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Post by Timothy Ferguson » December 15th, 2019, 5:27 am

It looks promising for 15 000 for next Christmas, though...
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Post by m8b1 » December 31st, 2019, 4:23 pm

We are currently at 101 projects cataloged for the month of December, and 1054 for the year. This year ranks 5th overall in the number of cataloged projects, and was our best year since 2013 (which was also our best overall at 1083).

Still a few more hours to go in the US, so we will see if the number goes up before midnight! :D

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Post by MaryAnnSpiegel » January 1st, 2020, 8:55 am

We finished December at 102 projects, with a total for 2019 of 1055.

Full stats (including 1 already posted for January):

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Category 					Count
Total number of projects			14117
Number of completed projects			13498
Number of completed non-English projects	1747
Total number of languages			98
Number of languages with a completed work	39
Number of completed solo projects		7251
Number of readers				9569
...who have completed something			9448

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Post by Piotrek81 » January 5th, 2020, 3:47 am

We've recently added the first solo in Norwegian. Wooo :birthday:
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Post by TriciaG » February 1st, 2020, 9:22 am

During the month of January we cataloged 88 books (and 1 already in February), giving us 89 so far for 2020.

Other stats:
Total number of projects 14203
Number of completed projects 13586
Number of completed non-English projects 1760
Total number of languages 98
Number of languages with a completed work 40
Number of completed solo projects 7298
Number of readers 9627
...who have completed something 9516
Mystery/PulpFic: Dope, by Sax Rohmer
The one that started them all: Self-Help, by Samuel Smiles
Elizabethan Poetry: The Psalmes of David
Boring works 30-70 minutes long: Insomnia Collection 5
Short essays: Elia, and The Last Essays of Elia

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Post by Penumbra » February 1st, 2020, 10:35 am

Is there any way to know how many of those 9627 readers are currently active? I'm not sure what that means, but maybe how many people are currently claiming a section, or how many people have turned in a section (or PL'd, or BC'd or MC'd) in the last year, some sort of metric that would filter out the folks who haven't done anything in a while.
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Post by TriciaG » February 1st, 2020, 10:41 am

Somebody who knew how to dig into the API data MIGHT be able to pull out some of that info, but it's beyond the capabilities of most of us.
Mystery/PulpFic: Dope, by Sax Rohmer
The one that started them all: Self-Help, by Samuel Smiles
Elizabethan Poetry: The Psalmes of David
Boring works 30-70 minutes long: Insomnia Collection 5
Short essays: Elia, and The Last Essays of Elia

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Post by TriciaG » March 1st, 2020, 6:47 am

During the month of February we cataloged 90 books (and 1 already in March), giving us 179 so far for 2020.

Other stats:
Total number of projects 14303
Number of completed projects 13676
Number of completed non-English projects 1772
Total number of languages 98
Number of languages with a completed work 40
Number of completed solo projects 7343
Number of readers 9664
...who have completed something 9551
Mystery/PulpFic: Dope, by Sax Rohmer
The one that started them all: Self-Help, by Samuel Smiles
Elizabethan Poetry: The Psalmes of David
Boring works 30-70 minutes long: Insomnia Collection 5
Short essays: Elia, and The Last Essays of Elia

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Post by m8b1 » April 1st, 2020, 7:28 am

During the month of March we cataloged 94 books (and 2 already in April), giving us 274 so far for 2020.

Other stats:
Total number of projects 14414
Number of completed projects 13771
Number of completed non-English projects 1781
Total number of languages 98
Number of languages with a completed work 40
Number of completed solo projects 7382
Number of readers 9744
...who have completed something 9621

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Post by Availle » April 19th, 2020, 11:50 pm

We have already catalogued 86 books this month, and it's 10 more days to go. :thumbs:

I'm wondering if this will be one of our most prolific month ever - everything more than 100 books would bring this one into the top-20.
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Post by TriciaG » April 20th, 2020, 5:47 am

I was wondering, too, but didn't want to jinx it by talking about it. :lol:
Mystery/PulpFic: Dope, by Sax Rohmer
The one that started them all: Self-Help, by Samuel Smiles
Elizabethan Poetry: The Psalmes of David
Boring works 30-70 minutes long: Insomnia Collection 5
Short essays: Elia, and The Last Essays of Elia

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