See https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T149915 and https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Apps/Short_descriptions/Research for prior work by Android.
Here are the core product questions:
- How many Wikidata edits are made via the iOS? What is the distribution of languages?
- Do iPad or iPhone users make proportionally more edits?
- What is the 7 day revert rate of edits from iOS?
- How many/what percent of users start the description editing process?
- How many/what percent of them make it to the point of saving the edit?
- How many see the revert notification?
- How many read or click through on the revert notification?
- How many of these edits are anonymous?
- What is the distribution of edits per editor (ie. how many people edit 1 description, how many edit more than 5, etc)
"these users" below refers to people who have submitted one edit description...
- How many of these users go on to edit in other ways, either on app or desktop?
- What is the distribution of 30 day retention of these editors, as editors?
- Are their any correlations between completing an edit (or making multiple edits) and other trackable factors, such as device type, primary language or days since install? Ie. are long time readers on iPads more likely to edit these successfully? Not the reason, just the correlations if any...