On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 2:39 PM, Quim Gil <qgil(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
We have a very early version of a community metrics
dashboard! See the
details below or jump directly to http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/**
Even if the main discussion and work will happen at the Analytics mailing
list, there are some initial questions that you should be aware of, and you
should helps answering:
* Do we need to scan ALL the git repositories at wikimedia.org
there any that we could/should avoid?
* Do we need to scan ALL the Bugzilla products or... (the same).
* What mailing lists are worth scanning?
I'd very much like to see the operations and labs repos, bugzilla products
and the labs-l mailing list scanned as I'm interested in the health of our
operations community, especially with respect to non-ops team and volunteer
At some point we will also have individual statistics.
We plan to identify
WMF employees to help answering the old question about how many WMF-nonWMF
contributors we have and what is the trend. Do you think it is a good idea
to allow or encourage everybody to define their org?
Is there any reason this would be an org? I'd love to see orgs used for
actual orgs. It would be great to see how much development work is done by
third parties vs Wikimedia Foundation.
How do you feel about statistics per country, meaning
would define where are they based?
It would be interesting to see this information as it may make it easier to
plan locations of hackathons.