This is a summary of a meeting today in which Diederik van Liere and
David Schoonover showed off a current prototype of the monthly "report
http://reportcard.wmflabs.org/reportCard seems down so David showed off
the graphs at http://count.less.ly/ . You can try that.
There is an new, public analytics mailing list (which I am cc'ing):
Points you might want to know:
They'll be adding the ability to annotate specific points in the graphs.
You'll be able to share graphs by sharing URLS, or by making and
sharing pretty URLs using "slugs". Authorization work is on the roadmap
(that's a necessary predecessor, I think, of being able to create graphs
that include private WMF-only data). And we need to play with dygraph
to make it do bar graphs or otherwise distinguish targets from actual
Erik Zachte, in creating his report card, was doing some data
post-processing that Andrew, David, and Diederik hadn't known about, and
they are now incorporating that into their data pipeline.
* by April 1st, the next metrics meeting, this prototype will replicate
readers/pageviews. The team will make a serious attempt at getting
editor data up and running, and add the ability to add and signal benchmark.
* by May 1st, they'll add geography by editor & break out mobile pageviews.
For English Wikipedia, we only have editors numbers, since we don't have
a slave running internally to process the vast quantity of data
regarding pageviews. I believe improvements in our analytics of
pageview and editor data on en.wp depends on Fabian Kaelin.
Analytics is waiting for ops work involving database setting &
configuration for all wikis. Diederik will meet up with Ryan Lane about
I may have gotten things wrong; Diederik and David, please correct me.
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