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A government techie is spending a breathtaking amount of time updating curling statistics
Shared Services is the IT branch of the Canadian federal government. And recently, someone in their office has spent a daunting amount of time making finicky edits to pages about curling briers. The quantity is truly staggering; throughout March this one unknown Shared Services worker accounted for more than three-quarters of all Wikipedia edits made from any federal government IP address. In one particularly notable editing marathon on March 17, this person seems to have spent as much as four hours on curling fandom.
My only problem with this article is the idea that four hours is a marathon:-)
Registered: Oct 2004
Location: Hill Bottom Corner
Yikes! On work time? Or maybe a Curling.ca request - big list assignment? Sounds like a good thing though - bottom line. Did you notice changes and then drill in to see whoDUNNIT? Or do you spend a lot of time behind the back door? Or is the a report that delivers this obscure info?