The team completed 34 of 57 points and is close to completing the 21 point
story #70887. The remaining story to implement the metric “Rolling
recurring old active editors” remains more problematic with performance
Please note, the team is getting together on-site in San Francisco next
week. Therefore the next sprint is cancelled as well as the showcase on
October 14th. Next week the team will work together to set goals for the
next quarter and hack on things.
Final note: Vital Signs was demo’ed at the monthly metrics meeting. This
is the culmination of a lot of hard work this last quarter and beforehand.
We consider Vital Signs a Minimally Viable Product (MVP):
Slides on the demo are here:
On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 10:05 AM, Kevin Leduc <kevin(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
The fruits of our labor on Editor Engagement Vital Signs (EEVS) is on
display. This is still an early release, we have a backlog of feedback
from internal stakeholders and more iterations are to come.
This sprint’s commitments are:
Story:d WikimetricsUser runs 'Rolling Recurring old active editors' report
Story: EEVSUser loads static site in accordance to Pau's design
Update 'existing' Pages Created to include delete pages
Update 'existing' Edits Metric to include deleted pages
Story: Bookmarks / Statefull URL. Define protocol and use it to bootstrap
the dashboard and keep state
That’s 55 Points in 5 stories
Our progress is tracked in scrumbugs: