The sprint  ended a day later - Wednesday November 12th because the San
Francisco office was closed for the November 11th holiday. We also held
our showcase Wednesday and the slides are liked below 
The team completed 4 of 6 stories; that’s 18 of 86 points. Two stories
worth 34 points did not progress as quickly as hoped for due to
dependencies on other teams. The team has carried over these unfinished
stories into the next sprint.
 The Sprint - http://sb.wmflabs.org/t/analytics-developers/2014-10-30/
 Showcase Deck -
On Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 5:46 PM, Kevin Leduc <kevin(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
We kicked off our next sprint this morning, with the help of some release
planning executed during the last 2 weeks. The sprint status is here:
The focus of this sprint is working on the backend in preparation to
display new data in Vital Signs.
Story: Vital Signs User selects the Daily Pageviews metrics
List tables/schemas with data retention needs
Story: Identify and direct the purging of Event logging raw logs older
than 90 days in stat1002
database consumer could batch inserts (sometimes)
Story: WikimetricsUser tags a cohort using a pre-defined tag
report table performance, cleanup, and number of items
That’s 86 points in 4 stories.
The bugs with 0 points are tasks for the team to track and follow up on,
and the work mostly falls on other teams.