[Epic] Teahouse Q&A dynamics
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A study of editor behavior on the Teahouse Q&A board.

Collaboration between @Capt_Swing and @Flipover. Goal is to understand how the behavior of Teahouse guests and hosts has changed over time. Findings can inform the design of new editor support tools and community projects.

  • Insights into the quality of service provided at the Teahouse can help us understand the long-term sustainability and effectiveness of Teahouse-like community-driven new editor support forums.
  • Insights into the kinds of questions new editors ask at the Teahouse can help us understand the primary issues that new editors face, and perhaps even yield a sense of priority/proportionality between (for example) technical issues vs interpersonal struggles vs policy issues... to the extent that these things can ever be separated on wiki ;)
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Capt_Swing renamed this task from [EPIC] DR Teahouse research to [EPIC] DR Teahouse R&D.May 17 2016, 10:03 PM
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Capt_Swing moved this task from Staged to In Progress on the Research board.Jul 17 2017, 9:21 PM

Update: submitted an updated manuscript to CHI 2018 conference in Sept. Reviews were largely positive. Submitted rebuttal in Nov. Will hear back on final acceptance on Dec 11.

Declined by CHI 2018 :( re-submitting to ICWSM 2018