So I was bored at work and decided to update the team stats from 2005.
Overall, we're not doing too bad, although we could be doing better. I still think the 2nd grouping of stats tells our story. We may not be a huge team, but for our size, we kick butt (and take names).
(note: again, there were 6 teams that I couldn't get the data for the size of their community/forum)
(note: you may need to open the image in a new tab to see all the data as it's fairly wide (1680 pixels+ works best))
And just a quick comparison to where we where 3 years ago:
total points: We dropped 1 ranking from #8 to #9
average ppd: We dropped 5 rankings from #5 to #10
active cpu's: We dropped 4 rankings from #7 to #11
active users: (not directly comparable as I'm using active users and not total)
forum members: We dropped 1 ranking from #14 to #15
Note: the rest of these rely on the active users value. While I used the total users value last time, I think it's still fairly comparable.
cpu/user: We dropped 2 rankings from #2 to #4
ppd/cpu: We dropped 4 rankings from #4 to #8
ppd/user: We dropped 1 ranking from #2 to #3
total/user: We dropped 3 rankings from #2 to #5
user/forum: We increased 2 rankings from #4 to #2
ppd/forum: We maintained our ranking from #2 to #2
In terms of year-on year increase:
Total points: We went from 51 million to 383 million points, which is a 650% increase
PPD: We increased from 188k to 734k, which is a 291% increase
# cpu's: We actually dropped from 3261 to 2283, which is a 30% decrease
Forum size: We increased from 9k to 14.8k, which is a 60% increase
ppd/cpu: We increased from 57 to 322, which is a 458% increase
ppd/forum: We increased from 20.4 to 50ppd, which is a 144% increase!
While we have slipped in a few areas, I'm proud to be a part of Team 2630! The best that ever there was!