As part of the Language annual plan (T225298), we want to measure the number of translations published per week on selected wikis. Since we plan to support translation for new kinds of content, devices, and focus on specific wikis; we want to be able to explore the following dimensions:
Type of content created:
- All translations
- New pages
- New sections
(Only content in the main namespace is considered)
- Published but needing review. Currently translations are added to the "needs review" category because too much unmodified MT was present. In T245840, the tag "unreviewed-translation" is proposed to be added when publishing such translations, and can be used for the visualizations.
Type of device:
- All devices
- All Wikipedias (aggregate of all languages)
- Selected small wikis (aggregate of the 5 languages below)
In this way we can check if section translation on mobile is working better for Mongolian or Tagalog, for example. This can be supported ideally by means of filtering mechanisms. Alternatively, multiple graphs or adding multiple lines for each graph can be considered, but that may limit the exploration of the results or add too much clutter. It is ok to work on iterations and support an initial subset of these aspects initially, but we may need a clear view of the expected result to decide where and how to support visualizing the information.