Results of the contestEdit
392 new and 11 significantly improved articles with 71 participants on 8 languages and on 2 Wikimedia projects from 7 countries about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
Best articles and prizes per countries/languagesEdit
Armenia, Austria and Macedonia didn't evaluate the submissions and didn't offer prizes.
Belarus gave the prize to Artificial123, who submitted 87% (61 from 70) of the articles for the contest. The prize was a tablet and a book about the history of Hungary, offered by Wikimedia Hungary.
Poland gave two prizes to MOs810 and to Margoz. Prizes contained different Wikimedia souvenirs (T-shirts, stickers, postcards etc.) offered by Wikimedia Poland.
Ukraine rewarded 4 editors for submitting the most articles. The prizes were books about the history and world heritage sites of Hungary in English, offered by Wikimedia Hungary and small souvenirs with Wikipedia logo from Wikimedia Ukraine.
Hungary gave out 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize for the best new articles
and 1st prize for the best improved article
a special prize for Pinyoo for submitting the most articles and a special prize for Crosstor for creating 7 new articles on the Esperanto Wikipedia. The prizes were vouchers in different values. The library of the University of Szeged offered a special prize (book package) for the best article created during the 12-hours edit-a-thon on 20 October.