Of course, that's just a small slice of the best of Wikipedia; the entire encyclopedia would be a lot bigger. Keeping up The English Wikipedia currently receives about 125,000 to 150,000 edits each day, or 90-100 per minute.

Wikipedia user Tompw has set up a page for calculating the size of the whole English Wikipedia in printed volumes. We could try to define a way to measure the "word count" of the average edit, but that's hard bordering on impossible.

Have a look at the changelog for the full list of changes.

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If you're using RVM or another Ruby version manager, and switched to another Ruby version during the update, you can drop the old Ruby version.

It has gotten so bad for Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema that his Wikipedia page is starting to troll him.

The paper would be about one cent per sheet, which means you'll be spending about a thousand dollars a day.

You'd want to hire people to manage the printers 24/7, but that would actually cost less than the paper.

all articles, I came up with an estimate of 300 cubic meters for a printout of the whole thing..

0,000 per month Six printers isn't that many, but they'd be running all the time. The electricity to run them would be cheap—a few dollars a day.This page contains specific directions on how to update diaspora*, if any special steps are necessary.If there are no special steps necessary, you can stick to the general guide in the section Updating a production install to a new minor version.Please ensure to update to diaspora* 0.4 prior these steps.Make sure to only run this if you're not sharing gems with another application.Fortunately, we don't need to—we can just estimate that each change is going to require us to reprint a page somewhere.