Hello discovery mailing list members.
We'd like to ask for some feedback on how the Discovery team can best use
this list. We don't want to muddle the list with information that folks
outside the team don't care about, and we want to make sure that what we
post is of value.
What sort of information do you think we should share here?
It seems clear that items like these should go on this list:
- Some interesting findings - we ran a test and found x=y!
- Something new and we want to suss out interest - What if we moved the
search box to a different position on the page‽
- Upcoming projects, or other milestones related to discovery - X users
opted-in to the new autocompletion suggester.
- Discussions about quarterly goals and roadmaps
There are other items that we could share on this list, but would anyone
outside the team be interested? For example, process-related items like:
- Portal team decided to have 3x standups per week instead of 2.
- Team structure changes, or plans to change how we do retrospectives
- Notifications of meeting minutes being posted (e.g. Weekly team
meeting minutes, retrospective minutes, etc.)
For Discovery team members reading this: What criteria do you use (or wish
you could use) when thinking, "Should I post this to public list?"
Agile Coach, Wikimedia Foundation