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Is the 90-9-1 rule of user participation a myth?

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Anecdotal evidence from crowdsourcing style projects I’ve worked on tend to support the basic principle (if not the exact ratios). The vast majority of the work on projects I have been involved with ends up being performed by a tiny subset of highly active users.

This is Is the 90-9-1 rule of user participation a myth? by Simon Willison, posted on 11th October 2010.

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