I was pondering a couple of new lists for the Relation Finder Quick Links "Quest for Great-Grandparents" challenges, when I looked at the list of challenge threads on the "How to increase a country's presence on WikiTree" page, and realised that we're up to 14 challenges. So I think I'll pull in my horns a bit, and not post any more until three of them get completed, and then I can add one, and try to keep it at an even dozen. After all, surely a dozen different challenges would be enough variety for just about anybody's taste, right? (Besides which, I'm going to have a lot less time to spend on WikiTree going forward.)
So how are the challenges going? Here are the top three challenges in order by percent complete:
And here are the challenges with the fewest great-grandparents still to find:
You may have noticed that the order of those lists is different. That's because there are different numbers of people in the challenges. So the Australia challenge ranks lower in terms of how few great-grandparents still need to be found than it does in terms of percent complete, because it has a much longer list of people. (The Orbital Edition would have been even larger if I hadn't broken it into two.)
So, if you're anxious to see another challenge sooner, those lists should give you some ideas about where to concentrate your efforts.
On the other hand, if you feel like giving some love to a bunch of notables who have a serious deficit of great-grandparents, Quest for Great-Grandparents: Archivist Edition is the challenge which is in last place in terms of percent complete, and Quest for Great-Grandparents: Hymn Writer Edition is the challenge which has the greatest number of great-grandparents still to find.