|Resolved||debt||T112172 EPIC: of epics Wikipedia.org Portal UX tests to run|
|Resolved||debt||T130416 Update A/B test archive page|
|Resolved||debt||T133432 Release to production: detect preferred language and re-sort primary links around the globe|
|Resolved||debt||T121567 [EPIC] [PAB3] Build A/B test for language detection on the Portal to reorder and resort the primary links on the page to suit the user better|
|Resolved||Jdrewniak||T124116 [PAB3] Disable / turn off testing for Portal lang detection preferences|
|Resolved||mpopov||T124115 [PAB3] Analyze the results of the third portal A/B test|
|Resolved||mpopov||T124114 [PAB3] Check that all is well with the third portal A/B test|
|Resolved||debt||T124112 [PAB3] Deploy the Portal lang detection preferences test|
|Resolved||Jdrewniak||T124111 [PAB3] Implement testing for Portal lang detection preferences|
|Resolved||None||T124110 [PAB3] Specifications for lang detection on Portal|
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- T121567: [EPIC] [PAB3] Build A/B test for language detection on the Portal to reorder and resort the primary links on the page to suit the user better
T124114: [PAB3] Check that all is well with the third portal A/B test
@debt Do you have an estimate for when the test for this is going live? This task is time-bounded (it can only be performed after a certain date), but we're not sure of what those dates are here.
The actual test for this should be deployed early next week; this task should be actionable the week after that, since the test is running for a week and the analysis is performed afterwards.
This task is being removed from the sprint; see T124114#2130925 for more information.
According to the deployments page on wikitech, the code to turn this A/B test on is awaiting deployment. This task (and T124114) will be pulled into Discovery-Analysis (Current work) when that happens.
The code needed for this analysis has been pushed into wikipedia.org production as of March 22, 2016.
Got some feedback from @TJones; will work on 2nd draft, which hopefully will end up being the final draft :)
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Just a note of the above table that @mpopov added - it was in response to the question I had on how many of our visitors (that were in the survey) had more than one "accepted" (preferred) languages set in their browser. An overwhelming majority of visitors to the wikipedia.org portal (86.7%) only have one default language in their browser settings.