Say Farewell to Winter Bash 2016!
Another year has ended, and with that it's time to put all the hats back in their boxes, Winter Bash 2016 has come to an end! Over past three weeks, we have had ups and downs (err bugs) with hats, but overall it was a massive success. It appeared that there was fun to be had, and, wow, the hats looked hat-tastic on everyone.Time for a Fashion Show
We saw many creative ways to wear hats, but here are a few of our favorites:
Some Stats about Hats!
This year 215,960 users earned a total of 797,074 hats ! The most awarded hat was our version of a participation trophy, Just Here for the Hat. This hat was awarded to all Winter Bash users on a site, once any 20 hats were unlocked on that site. A total of 269,016 of them were handed out across the network, to 214,457 unique users. Some people wore the hat brilliantly:
Stack Overflow was the first site to unlock it. They were also able to get the hat in less than 8 hours into the fun with only 6 users. A big congratulations goes out to Language Learning as it only took 2 users to unlock the hat, with one user having 18 of the distinct hats. On the other hand, it took 11 users to unlock the hat on Software Recommendations , that's quite a team effort by them. All in all, 108 communities earned the trophy hat.
The next most common hat was I Have A Little Dreidel , it was awarded 146,403 times to 116,462 users. Because it was awarded an entire week of Winter Bash for participating on a site during any day of Chanukah, most everyone had a chance to earn it.
Many of the other time-based hats were the most common across the network: Epiphany (68,013 times to 58,157 users), Mmmm Bacon (54,058 times to 45,749 users), Bche de Nol (33,925 times to 28,770 users), and First Responder (605 times to 508 users).
The silver badge hat, 925 was handed out 54,023 times to 50,954 users. We already know earning a gold badge is difficult, which makes the gold badge hat a bit harder to earn. 24 was awarded 9,488 times to 9,266 users. Just like previous years, we had a few hats for using the mobile applications: Cutting the Cord (2,456 times to 1,932 users), and Loungin’ Around (109 times to 104 users).
This year was the first year we introduced some site specific hats. Stack Overflow has two products, Developer Story and Documentation, that are not available on the rest of the network, so we awarded hats for participating in them. The NeverEnding Story hat was awarded to 5,263 users, and What’s Up, Doc? was awarded to 3,246 users.
In order to offset, the Stack Overflow only hats, we created two hats that were available on the rest of the network. To earn Polymath (1,934 times to 516 users) and Running Ragged (256 times to 80 users) you needed to run ragged across multiple sites, and show off your knowledge in more than one area.
The most difficult non-secret hat to earn was Maverick , it was awarded only to 17 users. This hat required users to post an answer to a -3 question, that went to +3 after your answer is posted. Many tried to get the hat, but obviously this isn't as easy as it appears. The trigger was modeled after the Red Baron hat in 2014 and there is still discussion about turning this into a badge.Time to Spill the Secrets About Hats
We switched things up this year when it came to secret hats. In the past, users could guess the triggers for a hat, and if they were correct (and were the first to guess it), we'd award yet another hat. We decided not to award hats for guessing the triggers, but that didn't stop you from guessing or even asking. Some of the guesses were accurate, others not so much. But without further ado, here's the secret hat details (and some more stats).
There were a total of 14 secret hats (assuming you count both the sun and moon version of Where In The World? separately) meaning a total of 42 hats again this year. Of course, at most you could only earn 41 since you couldn't get both the sun and moon hat.
The most common secret hat was the solstice hat for participating on December 21, 2016. The Where In the World? Sun hat was awarded 39,078 times to 33,341 users, while the Moon version was awarded 35,784 times to 30,209 users. This was similar to last year's Flip Flop hat , but Sklivvz got creative in how the randomness was assigned .
The first secret hat awarded was This Is Fine . It was awarded to Jake on Stack Overflow less than 30 minutes into Winter Bash on December 19th. The community accurately guessed that this was awarded if you have an upvoted answer on a question with a bounty, but you dont win the bounty. This hat was awarded 965 times to 958 users.
The next secret hat discovered (and accurately guessed by the community) was 180° . It was earned by ColleenV on English Language Learners less than an hour into Winter Bash. In order to get this hat, you needed to vote to close a question, edit it while it was closed, and then vote to reopen...basically you did a 180° on the post. A total of 186 users earned this hat 188 times.
Less than 10 minutes later, Don't Wanna Taco 'Bout It was triggered by users who edited or suggested an edit to 5 posts in a single UTC day without also commenting on the post. The very first user to get the hat was Jamal on Code Review . In the end, it was awarded to 1,111 users 1,177 times.
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