On Feb 21, 2014 10:03 PM, "Toby Negrin" <tnegrin@wikimedia.org> wrote:
> Over the coming weeks, we'll share more information about our planning, showcasing and tools.

Great, thanks.

> Here are the commitments for this sprint. Links are to Mingle, the agile planning tool that we use.
> Fundraising Visualization Syncup
> Measuring ULSFO Site Performance
> Here is the top of the backlog (that is the tasks that will be worked on if/when the above are finished)
> Productionize Wikimetrics
> Update Wikimetrics Serialization
> Calculate Mobile Browser Breakdown
> Duplicate WIkipedia Zero Dashboard Creation on Hadoop
> Run Scheduled Reports via Wikimetrics

Which of these can be done by people outside the team?

I guess it may make sense to leave the team to do the current sprint and have others work on the backlog where possible? (vs. having everyone just do the current sprint items)

I just clicked on one task that looked interesting: "Duplicate WIkipedia Zero Dashboard Creation on Hadoop". Its unclear how much access is required to do that task. stat1 is enough? is either the legacy sampled logs/dashboard or the new unsampled hadoop infra deployed in labs?