A few other issues that may be worth examining:
1. Whether people who have not received a Wikimania scholarship within a
certain number of years should get priority for scholarships.
2. Whether users who are from backgrounds that don't have a corresponding
APG-funded affiliate that independently funds scholarships should have
priority for WMF scholarships
3. What the scholarship self-reports from the past several years tell us
about the benefits of Wikimania for scholarship recipients.
4. What Wikimetrics and qualitative measures tell us about Wikimania
attenance for attendees as a whole and about scholarship recipients as a
subgroup. For example, do we have data that demonstrates that (a) Wikimania
attendees in general, and (b) scholarship recipients, were more active in
the Wikimedia movement (measured quantitatively by edits and qualutatively
in terms of leadership roles) after attending Wikimania for the first or
second time? What can we learn from this data about the strengths and
weaknesses of Wikimania as well as the current scholarship system?