A quick update: I talked to Patrick Earley and he informed me that
the Community Health Metrics Kit project was put on ice last year due to
lack of resources.
On Wed, Feb 26, 2020 at 4:57 AM Cristian Consonni <cristian(a)balist.es>
On 25/2/20 18:35, Dan Andreescu wrote:
In my last meeting with Joe they were still
collecting requirements, but
that was before Joe got shifted around the org and I'm guessing the
project is now done.
This effort is exactly what I'm talking about in my email to product-all
and tech-all yesterday (subject: The Question and Answer Flow). Here we
have a set of questions about community health that we've stopped asking
because it hasn't been possible to get answers. I suggest folks who
care about this chime in there and point to how these metrics would help
I wanted to share this project that I have just proposed for a project
We are team of 3 researchers from Eurecat, a research center in
Barcelona. We have quite an extensive experience doing research on
Wikipedia both on content and user interactions.
We understand that the project is quite ambitious and we would like to
involve the community and people that have already worked on the topic
(for example, we have asked Aaron Halfaker to be an advisor for the
For this reason, we would love to have the feedback from this list, and
especially yours, Dan.
We want to make a prototype dashboard as an output of the project so
that the community can see the results of our metrics. To be fair, let
me stress the fact that we want to build a /prototype/. We are
researcher, our main expertise lies in the metrics and analyses. Also,
we are interested in studying editor drop-off, so the metrics that we
will focus on will be the one that we find are relevant with respect to
I hope that you could find this project useful and I hope to read your
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