As a Product Manager, I'd like to know how much traffic, on average, goes to the wikimedia.org portal page, so that I can decide how to prioritise improvements to that portal.
@mpopov Well, this task seems to be about wikimedia.org rather than wikipedia.org.
@debt Was the above intentional? If so, we should consider whether it's worthwhile actually doing this analysis. The wikipedia.org portal is all that's really in scope at the minute for Discovery; see T110070#1653320 for background on that.
Yup, it is intentional. One recent commentator to our new wikipedia portal update was to ask if we would do something similar to wikimedia.org. :)
I kind of just wanted a ballpark figure...nothing special.
I think producing a quick, one-off report would be fine. We can use this task for that; I'll adjust it accordingly.
That said, although I am open to the data changing our minds, I expect we will maintain our previous commitment to only focus on wikipedia.org. This makes this task fairly low priority.
This is becoming a bit of a moving target. I'm not comfortable with that. Given our restrictions in resourcing both in the engineering and analysis front, the analysis should be restricted to wikimedia.org and wikipedia.org.