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What do the following SDN Members have in common: Thomas Jung; Detlev Beutner ; Prakash  Singh; Robert Briese; Roberto Negro; Stefan Schneider; Igor Barbaric; Eddy De Clercq; Michal Krawczyk; Bernd Will; Sigfried Gmachl; Lutz Morrien; Ibai Peña; Craig Cmehil

We often heard the complain from fellow SDN Members, that looking at the Top Contributor list is discouraging. At the moment one needs over 2100 points to reach the top 10 and it is getting tougher by the day.

This is why we are now slicing and dicing the points data better and improved the reporting. One dimension are the different development areas the other is time: A view of what happened in the last 30 days only. The above mentioned SDN Members have in common that they are the number one in at least one of the development areas overall or in the last 30 days. Bravo. Keep it up. (In this listing I excluded the SAP members.)

 
SAP Developer Area
Nr. 1 SDN Contributor
Nr. 1 SDN Contributor Last 30 Days

Enterprise Portal

Detlev Beutner Prakash  Singh
Knowledge Management & Collaboration Robert Briese Robert Briese

Business Information Warehouse

Roberto Negro Roberto Negro

Exchange Infrastructure

Michal Krawczyk Michal Krawczyk

Web Application Server

Thomas Jung Thomas Jung

ABAP

Serdar Simsekler

Igor Barbaric,
Eddy De Clercq

Web Dynpro

Kartik Iyengar Harsh Chawla

Web Services

Bernd Will class=”style6″>Timm Falter *;
Martin Huvar *

Mobile Infrastructure

Sigfried Gmachl class=”style6″>Wolfgang Hegmann *

Master Data Management

Christopher Solomon class=”style6″>Lori Vanourek *

Business One

Lutz Morrien Ibai Peña
Technologies Craig Cmehil Craig Cmehil

* There were no non-SAP contributors in this development area in the last 30 days, so I list the SAP employees.

Some SDN Members only make the list because they presented at one of the SDN Meets Labs, but within 30 days that will be water under the bridge in column three. Therefore start contributing now and within 30 days, you can be the master of the SDN Universe.

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  1. Harsh Chawla
    Hi Mark,
      This makes the whole “points system” more interesting:). by the way there seems to be some problem with the classification. I’ve written two blogs in the webdynpro section(180), but it shows only 90 points in the section, the second blog must got classified in some other section!!
    Regards,
    Harsh
    PS: Do blogs that get classified in multiple sections get counted for points in all the sections?
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