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The question also includes the number of edits per day. In case you're interested, here is a data explorer query where you can check number: Edits by a specific user per day. (And you can even experiment and compare the numbers for other users.) Highest numbers of edits per day by a single user are above 20, record being 67 edits: Most edits per day. (Here it a version of the same query with displayname - since for deleted users the userid is not stored.)

For example, if I look at my counts from SEDE, the 8 edits on August 7 include five edits to a question and also to the answers there (40178, 40227, 40280, 40183), so even though this counted as five edits, only one question was bumped. Similarly on August 10 those were five edits to a question and answers on that question (52708, 52756, 52786, 52789, 68858). The 8 edits on August 16 include five edits to tag-wikis (arithmetic-topology, birational-geometry, higher-category-theory, continuum theory tag-excerpt and tag-wiki), so no post was bumped by these five edits. (Three of them are related to the problem mentioned in this thread: Recent suggested tag wiki edits. The other two were edits to the tag-info of a recently created tag where the link in the tag-excerpt was not working.) Similarly there are five tag-wiki edits among the 16 edits on August 14.

The question also includes the number of edits per day. In case you're interested, here is a data explorer query where you can check number: Edits by a specific user per day. (And you can even experiment and compare the numbers for other users.) Highest numbers of edits per day by a single user are above 20 record being 67 edits: Most edits per day. (Here it a version of the same query with displayname - since for deleted users the userid is not stored.)

For example, if I look at my counts from SEDE, the 8 edits on August 7 include five edits to a question and also to the answers there (40178, 40227, 40280, 40183), so even this counted as five edits, only one question was bumped. Similarly on August 10 those were five edits to a question and answers on that question (52708, 52756, 52786, 52789, 68858). The 8 edits on August 16 include five edits to tag-wikis (arithmetic-topology, birational-geometry, higher-category-theory, continuum theory tag-excerpt and tag-wiki), so no post was bumped by these five edits. (Three of them are related to the problem mentioned in this thread: Recent suggested tag wiki edits. The other two were edits to the tag-info of a recently created tag where the link in the tag-excerpt was not working.) Similarly there are five tag-wiki edits among the 16 edits on August 14.

The question also includes the number of edits per day. In case you're interested, here is a data explorer query where you can check number: Edits by a specific user per day. (And you can even experiment and compare the numbers for other users.) Highest numbers of edits per day by a single user are above 20, record being 67 edits: Most edits per day. (Here it a version of the same query with displayname - since for deleted users the userid is not stored.)

For example, if I look at my counts from SEDE, the 8 edits on August 7 include five edits to a question and also to the answers there (40178, 40227, 40280, 40183), so even though this counted as five edits, only one question was bumped. Similarly on August 10 those were five edits to a question and answers on that question (52708, 52756, 52786, 52789, 68858). The 8 edits on August 16 include five edits to tag-wikis (arithmetic-topology, birational-geometry, higher-category-theory, continuum theory tag-excerpt and tag-wiki), so no post was bumped by these five edits. (Three of them are related to the problem mentioned in this thread: Recent suggested tag wiki edits. The other two were edits to the tag-info of a recently created tag where the link in the tag-excerpt was not working.) Similarly there are five tag-wiki edits among the 16 edits on August 14.

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The question also includes the number of edits per day. In case you're interested, here is a data explorer query where you can check number: Edits by a specific user per dayEdits by a specific user per day. (And you can even experiment and compare the numbers for other users.) Note that the numbers in Data Explorer will be a bit higher than manual count, since [the database stores separately tag edits, body edits and title edits separately, even if they are made in the same edit - but it would be much more complicated to make a query which counts something like that as a single edit. Using these counts, highestHighest numbers of edits per day by a single user are above 30 with joint20 record ofbeing 67 edits held by two users: Most edits per dayMost edits per day. (Here it a version of the same queryversion of the same query with displayname - since for deleted users the userid is not stored.)

For example, if I look at my counts from SEDEmy counts from SEDE, the 128 edits on August 7 include five edits to a question and also to the answers there (40178, 40227, 40280, 40183), so even this counted as five edits, only one question was bumped. Similarly on August 10 those were five edits to a question and answers on that question (52708, 52756, 52786, 52789, 68858). The 108 edits on August 16 include five edits to tag-wikis (arithmetic-topology, birational-geometry, higher-category-theory, continuum theory tag-excerpt and tag-wiki), so no post was bumped by these five edits. (Three of them are related to the problem mentioned in this thread: Recent suggested tag wiki edits. The other two were edits to the tag-info of a recently created tag where the link in the tag-excerpt was not working.) Similarly there are five tag-wiki edits among the 1916 edits on August 14.

The question also includes the number of edits per day. In case you're interested, here is a data explorer query where you can check number: Edits by a specific user per day. (And you can even experiment and compare the numbers for other users.) Note that the numbers in Data Explorer will be a bit higher than manual count, since [the database stores separately tag edits, body edits and title edits separately, even if they are made in the same edit - but it would be much more complicated to make a query which counts something like that as a single edit. Using these counts, highest numbers of edits per day by a single user are above 30 with joint record of 67 edits held by two users: Most edits per day. (Here it a version of the same query with displayname - since for deleted users the userid is not stored.)

For example, if I look at my counts from SEDE, the 12 edits on August 7 include five edits to a question and also to the answers there (40178, 40227, 40280, 40183), so even this counted as five edits, only one question was bumped. Similarly on August 10 those were five edits to a question and answers on that question (52708, 52756, 52786, 52789, 68858). The 10 edits on August 16 include five edits to tag-wikis (arithmetic-topology, birational-geometry, higher-category-theory, continuum theory tag-excerpt and tag-wiki), so no post was bumped by these five edits. (Three of them are related to the problem mentioned in this thread: Recent suggested tag wiki edits. The other two were edits to the tag-info of a recently created tag where the link in the tag-excerpt was not working.) Similarly there are five tag-wiki edits among the 19 edits on August 14.

The question also includes the number of edits per day. In case you're interested, here is a data explorer query where you can check number: Edits by a specific user per day. (And you can even experiment and compare the numbers for other users.) Highest numbers of edits per day by a single user are above 20 record being 67 edits: Most edits per day. (Here it a version of the same query with displayname - since for deleted users the userid is not stored.)

For example, if I look at my counts from SEDE, the 8 edits on August 7 include five edits to a question and also to the answers there (40178, 40227, 40280, 40183), so even this counted as five edits, only one question was bumped. Similarly on August 10 those were five edits to a question and answers on that question (52708, 52756, 52786, 52789, 68858). The 8 edits on August 16 include five edits to tag-wikis (arithmetic-topology, birational-geometry, higher-category-theory, continuum theory tag-excerpt and tag-wiki), so no post was bumped by these five edits. (Three of them are related to the problem mentioned in this thread: Recent suggested tag wiki edits. The other two were edits to the tag-info of a recently created tag where the link in the tag-excerpt was not working.) Similarly there are five tag-wiki edits among the 16 edits on August 14.

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Personally, I consider use of tags especially important on meta - since many issues mentioned there tend to come up repeatedly and tags help a lot when searching and also when populating the related question lists. To include an example, I will use something from another site that I am more familiar with. One of the issues that repeatedly come up on meta is that comments containing long MathJax expressions tend to be jumbled sometimes. On Mathematics Meta, I can simply use the search using combination of the two relevant tags, and I can easily find several past discussions about this issue. (ForAnd if needed, I can restrict this search further, for example by adding some keywords or if I remember a user who posted an answer to such question, I can restrict the search to their posts. For comparison, on this meta I was able to find two posts about this issue, at the moment neitherboth of them has an answerare now tagged mathjax+comments: The math! It's overflowing! and Long MathJax in comment breaks linewrapping throughout the comment thread.)


The question also includes the number of edits per day. In case you're interested, here is a data explorer query where you can check number: Edits by a specific user per day. (And you can even experiment and compare the numbers for other users.) Note that the numbers in Data Explorer will be a bit higher than manual count, since [the database stores separately tag edits, body edits and title edits separately, even if they are made in the same edit - but it would be much more complicated to make a query which counts something like that as a single edit. Using these counts, highest numbers of edits per day by a single user are above 30 with joint record of 67 edits held by two users: Most edits per day. (Here it a version of the same query with displayname - since for deleted users the userid is not stored.)

The number of edits can be bigger than the number of actual questions that have been bumped. For example, they include edit on tag-wikis, multiple edits on the same posts. They also include edits both to a question and some of the answer - which only bump one question. (As I have already mentioned, if a question is already bumped and there is something else worth editing, it is suitable to do so soon after the bump.) So even if this is a problem, the numbers might make it look slightly exaggerated.

For example, if I look at my counts from SEDE, the 12 edits on August 7 include five edits to a question and also to the answers there (40178, 40227, 40280, 40183), so even this counted as five edits, only one question was bumped. Similarly on August 10 those were five edits to a question and answers on that question (52708, 52756, 52786, 52789, 68858). The 10 edits on August 16 include five edits to tag-wikis (arithmetic-topology, birational-geometry, higher-category-theory, continuum theory tag-excerpt and tag-wiki), so no post was bumped by these five edits. (Three of them are related to the problem mentioned in this thread: Recent suggested tag wiki edits. The other two were edits to the tag-info of a recently created tag where the link in the tag-excerpt was not working.) Similarly there are five tag-wiki edits among the 19 edits on August 14.

Personally, I consider use of tags especially important on meta - since many issues mentioned there tend to come up repeatedly and tags help a lot when searching and also when populating the related question lists. To include an example, I will use something from another site that I am more familiar with. One of the issues that repeatedly come up on meta is that comments containing long MathJax expressions tend to be jumbled sometimes. On Mathematics Meta, I can simply use the search using combination of the two relevant tags, and I can easily find several past discussions about this issue. (For comparison, on this meta I was able to find two posts about this issue, at the moment neither of them has an answer: The math! It's overflowing! and Long MathJax in comment breaks linewrapping throughout the comment thread.)

Personally, I consider use of tags especially important on meta - since many issues mentioned there tend to come up repeatedly and tags help a lot when searching and also when populating the related question lists. To include an example, I will use something from another site that I am more familiar with. One of the issues that repeatedly come up on meta is that comments containing long MathJax expressions tend to be jumbled sometimes. On Mathematics Meta, I can simply use the search using combination of the two relevant tags, and I can easily find several past discussions about this issue. (And if needed, I can restrict this search further, for example by adding some keywords or if I remember a user who posted an answer to such question, I can restrict the search to their posts. For comparison, on this meta I was able to find two posts about this issue, both of them are now tagged mathjax+comments: The math! It's overflowing! and Long MathJax in comment breaks linewrapping throughout the comment thread.)


The question also includes the number of edits per day. In case you're interested, here is a data explorer query where you can check number: Edits by a specific user per day. (And you can even experiment and compare the numbers for other users.) Note that the numbers in Data Explorer will be a bit higher than manual count, since [the database stores separately tag edits, body edits and title edits separately, even if they are made in the same edit - but it would be much more complicated to make a query which counts something like that as a single edit. Using these counts, highest numbers of edits per day by a single user are above 30 with joint record of 67 edits held by two users: Most edits per day. (Here it a version of the same query with displayname - since for deleted users the userid is not stored.)

The number of edits can be bigger than the number of actual questions that have been bumped. For example, they include edit on tag-wikis, multiple edits on the same posts. They also include edits both to a question and some of the answer - which only bump one question. (As I have already mentioned, if a question is already bumped and there is something else worth editing, it is suitable to do so soon after the bump.) So even if this is a problem, the numbers might make it look slightly exaggerated.

For example, if I look at my counts from SEDE, the 12 edits on August 7 include five edits to a question and also to the answers there (40178, 40227, 40280, 40183), so even this counted as five edits, only one question was bumped. Similarly on August 10 those were five edits to a question and answers on that question (52708, 52756, 52786, 52789, 68858). The 10 edits on August 16 include five edits to tag-wikis (arithmetic-topology, birational-geometry, higher-category-theory, continuum theory tag-excerpt and tag-wiki), so no post was bumped by these five edits. (Three of them are related to the problem mentioned in this thread: Recent suggested tag wiki edits. The other two were edits to the tag-info of a recently created tag where the link in the tag-excerpt was not working.) Similarly there are five tag-wiki edits among the 19 edits on August 14.

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