בתאריך 30 ביולי 2016 06:22, "Dan Andreescu" <dandreescu(a)wikimedia.org>
Welcome to the first of a series of semi-regular updates on our progress
towards Wikistats 2.0.
Much appreciated. Updates about this are very interesting.
* Finding data on Wikistats is a bit hard for new users, so we're working
on new ways to organize what's available and
present it in a comprehensive
way along with other data sources like dumps
I should mention that there are quite a lot of things in Wikistats that are
NOT hard to find :)
And I hope it will remain that way. A basic metric like active and very
active users, and data for a language in relation to the number of its
speakers are very straightforward, and should remain that way.
3. [ ] *Sanitize* pageview data with more
dimensions for public
6. [ ] *Sanitize* editing data for public consumption
This reminds me: Is there some kind of an open policy document about what
is supposed to sanitized? The general idea is "user's private information",
but I'd love details and examples, especially non-trivial ones. For
example, I sometimes hear that grand total numbers are usually OK to
publish, but some wikis are so small that even the bare numbers may make it
possible to guess some private information. It would be lovely to have a
written policy about this
> 9. [ ] Officially Replace stats.wikipedia.org
But please don't break existing links :)
> * no easy way to look at data across wikis. If someone asks you to run a
> quarry query to look at data from all wikipedias, you have to run hundreds
> of separate queries, one for each database
> If you're still reading, congratulations, sorry for the wall of text.
No problem at all, very useful!