it's not the fisrt time that I am saying that the measures of the
evaluation are able to measure quantities and not qualities.
If the aim of Wikimedia is to improve also the qualities, it's clear the
direction that the movement is taking.
I know that measuring quantities is easier, but it's not an evaluation, are
simple numbers without a clear "strategy".
On Sat, May 2, 2015 at 1:26 PM, Lodewijk <lodewijk(a)effeietsanders.org>
it seems that the WMF evaluation department has once again put together an
evaluation of Wiki Loves Monuments. Out of curiosity, were any of the
organizers involved in this? A quick glance suggests some factual errors,
and again a big focus on assuming WLM is a consistent project, that is
similar in each country (while in reality it is a diverse collection of
projects, tailored to the needs of each country, by its community) and with
a focus towards number crunching.
Statements that begin with 'the average Wiki Loves Monuments
implementation/contest' make my eyes bleed... Did anyone make a more
thorough analysis of the report?
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