Besides the existing Meta-wiki page that Nemo seems to prefer, it might be
also worth reviewing and comparing the standard definition used for
readership data (pageviews, unique devices...), which I believe is encoded
at . And perhaps also the conceptual work that originally went into it
 (although I believe we since deviated from it by e.g. including chapter
wikis in the pageview data).
On Tue, Jun 26, 2018 at 6:40 PM, Neil Patel Quinn <nquinn(a)wikimedia.org>
As you probably know, the Wikimedia cluster includes not just "normal"
wikis like English Wikipedia and Albanian Wiktionary, but odd ones like the Wikimedia
Belgium chapter website <https://be.wikimedia.org>, Test Wikidata
<https://test.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Main_Page>, and the English
Wikipedia Working Group on Ethnic and Cultural Edit Wars wiki
As far as I know, however, there's no standard definition of "normal" wiki
to use when doing analysis.
So I've started meta:Research:Wiki
<https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Wiki> with draft definitions of
"public wikis" and "content wikis", along with some initial
about wiki metadata (names, project groups, etc.) which I plan to continue
to work on.
I encourage you to edit or comment on the talk page!
Neil Patel Quinn <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Neil_P._Quinn-WMF>
product analyst, Wikimedia Foundation
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