This task involves the work with understanding the number of edits being attempted and published with the Reply Tool as well as the number of unique editors engaging with it and their experience levels.
In order to determine whether a broad range of people are having success using the Reply Tool, we first need to know who is using the tool and how they are using it.
This task is about determining the above so we can decide whether the data we've gathered "thus far" is representative enough to begin work on T247139.
Work on this task can begin the week of 12-October, ~2 weeks after the deployment that is planned for 24-September. See: T249394#6488841
- Number of events: a count of init events grouped by wiki and user edit count (read: experience level); logged out users should be included as well
- Number of people: a count of the unique people who triggered an init event in the Reply Tool, grouped by wiki and user edit count (read: experience level); logged out users should be included as well
- The "counts" described in the "Analysis details" section above