See: https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Event_Platform/EventLogging_legacy Unless otherwise notified, client IP and consequently geocoded data will no longer be collected for this event data after this migration. Please let us know if this should continue to be captured. See also T262626.
|Open||None||T185233 Modern Event Platform|
|Open||Ottomata||T238230 Decommission EventLogging backend components by migrating to MEP|
|Open||jlinehan||T259734 BUOD-KR1-Q4+: Certify that analytics schema and instruments have been upgraded to use the MEP system (clearing the legacy system for sunsetting)|
|Open||Ottomata||T259163 Migrate legacy metawiki schemas to Event Platform|
|Declined||Ottomata||T284679 EditorActivation Event Platform Migration|
@Gilles, you updated T282131: Determine which remaining legacy EventLogging schemas need to be migrated or decommissioned noting that this schema should be migrated. Who uses this data if not you? Should we decom it instead?
The code writing to that schema is still active in MediaWiki. I don't know if anyone is still consuming that data and in what form. It just seemed like measuring active editors is a pretty useful metric to keep. But not knowing who consumes it, if anyone, I don't have an opinion about what IP/geo context needs to be preserved.
Ah I see ok. Hm. We are trying to turn off streams that don't have owners; We do have active editor metrics ( https://stats.wikimedia.org/#/en.wikipedia.org/contributing/active-editors/normal|line|2-year|(page_type)~content*non-content|monthly ) coming through different datasets. If you are not the owner, I'll close this ticket and switch the status of this schema back to 'unknown'. We'll try to do another final evaluation of all status unknown schemas after we are done migrating & decom-ing the ones we do know about.