Hey, do you have a time code for when you took file:Littlebigplanetwiki.jpg? It demonstrates a problem that I'm trying to highlight to staff, but for which I didn't previously have visual proof. Not the Little Big Planet thing — which is annoying – but the article tally. See how it says 30,035 in your pic? It's been dropping all day long at a much faster rate than the number of deletions we actually have in the log.
So if I could figure out when you took the pic, I could give Staff a more precise idea of when the problem happened.
Probably logical assumption, but I just wanted to be sure. Since you're reading this thread anyway, are you noticing a slow but steady drop the article tally number on any of the wikis you administer? Take a look at what ours is now, and then compare it to the number of ns:0 deletes since 15:24. It doesn't make any sense.
Yeah, I took that screenshot today - I've also noticed the counter on Wiki 24 going up when user pages or non-content namespace are created, then creeping down at other times. I haven' been watching it doggedly enough to submit a report, but maybe I'll keep an eye now
Interestingly about that screenshot, note I was logged out when I took it. When logged in on tardis around that time I noticed the counter was around the 30,007-30,010 mark. Logged-out users always see old versions of lots of things - most recently this has started happened with recent changes, which you would think of anything would be upto date! But I suppose attention for fixing that is less important than for wikiactivity