Sorry for this delayed reply.
On Thursday 28 November 2013 04:52 PM, ansuman wrote:
Please share these with a fresh email.
Only thing that makes sense is updates made to the Team page.
Other changes you made so far are not inclined with this[ 1]
The numbers shown here  are not inclined with Evaluation tools
shown here ?
These reports don't show any evaluation and outcome of the A2K's work.
Thus all your replies to me seem *meaningless*.
Though we had put out a draft of the Work-plans in April 2013, the
community review and WMF approval took some time (i.e. until July 2013).
Also many activities as per the plans began operational from July. We
are committed to undertaking the quarterly review exercise as per the
parameters set out here , but from July onwards. This has been
mentioned here too . We are currently working towards sharing this
for the period July-Sept. 2013. For the period until June 2013 we
believe we have shared a comprehensive report here .
As mentioned here, please conduct anonymous community survey.
Please elaborate more how and when you intend to do this with the help
of WMF and Community.
As I understand from the above you are asking about the participatory
and continuous mode of evaluation as part of which we proposed two tools
(and none talked about anonymity). One is to have a "Community Advisory
Team" (CAT) and the second to have a "Quarterly Community Survey" (QCS).
We quickly realized that we were very ambitious while suggesting these
tools, however unfortunately there is not appreciable progress on these
:( With regard to having a CAT we have tried our best in encouraging
the community members but not much enthusiasm was shown. In fact this is
one of the key learning and a challenge that we discussed here . Of
the 5 focus languages, except for Telugu Wikimedia community, which has
done a sort of introspection , a systematic community driven
evaluation could not be done in the rest. Yes, QCS is a pending action
item and I would get back to the WMF with a reminder on this. It will be
great to hear from you and others on how one could develop this tool.