Week of 4/6 update: the pipeline wasn't *really* fully automated by 4/6... but it is now! We've been running on full automation for the past 4 days. I'm also working on a blog post (see subtask above)
Apr 13 2020
Week of 4/6 update: no updates (still waiting for diego to reach out)
Week of 4/6 update: no updates
@srodlund sorry I have a hard time noticing Phabricator pings. I can have you a draft on Wednesday. Is that good enough? If you need a timely response might be best to ping me on Slack, IRC, GChat, or email... ;)
Apr 6 2020
Week 3/30 update: more or less the same as last week.
Week 3/30 update: No updates. @leila will reach out to Diego to determine his status and capacity to continue working with us.
I provided updated documentation about the new showcase focus and procedures on the OfficeWiki page, and pinged @DED for sign-off/additions. I believe that once he signals that the documentation is complete and correct, we can call this task done.
Mar 30 2020
Week 3/23 update: the report has been launched and announced. Still squashing bugs.
Week 3/23 update: @leila provided design feedback last Monday; Deigo has not yet responded.
Week 3/23 update: no updates
Mar 23 2020
Week 3/16 update: report is feature-complete and runs manually: https://test.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Jmorgan_(WMF)/sandbox
3/16 update: Provided design feedback and wikitemplate-building resources
3/16 update: Djellel led a successful themed Research Showcase!
Mar 18 2020
Mar 13 2020
Week 3/9 update: speakers confirmed for March, May, June.
Week 3/9 update: We've developed an end-to-end workflow for generating the reports! Repo on GitHub. A sample report (generated by script, using fake data) is available here: https://test.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Jmorgan_(WMF)/sandbox
Week 3/9 update: Diego is unblocked on TemplateStyles and is developing the stylesheets in his userspace: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:Contributions/DiegoQuintanaCL
Mar 12 2020
@Tgr this worked and thank you :)
Mar 11 2020
Mar 10 2020
Week 3/2 update: Diego began experimenting with building the sub-program template and custom stylesheets in his userspace on Meta.
Week 3/2 updates: Sketched out the production pipeline and began finalizing requirements and dependencies with @Isaac.
Week 3/2 update: minor documentation updates; trying to finalize speakers for June (Connie Moon Sehat and Tiziano et al.)
Mar 3 2020
Mar 2 2020
Week 2/24: validated basic workflow for collecting and processing traffic data; received full approval from Privacy, Legal, Analytics.
Week 2/24 update: continued to communicate requirements to Diego. I believe things are in his hands now. I don't plan to circle back with him until next week.
Week 2/24: Still in discussion with potential speakers for May and June.
Feb 25 2020
Feb 24 2020
@JFishback_WMF I know that @APalmer_WMF was part of the meeting where you and I discussed this privacy review, and Aeryn and Stephen have also been provided the Research brief for review. See email thread "Meet to discuss privacy requirements for social media traffic reports research project?" from 1/7/2020. I don't know if Aeryn or anyone else in Legal has taken any action since then. I don't believe that anyone from Analytics has performed any review on this yet.
@leila thanks! Subtasks added (see privacy review one T246041). I'm coordinating with @JFishback_WMF directly via the tracking task on Asana and I don't think we need to escalate at this time. He's been down with flu but is back at work now and aims to have an update by the end of the week.
@RhinosF1 I think so? I mean, I don't use the same keys in Labs and production, and I have access to both servers. So I'm going to assume everything is fine ;) - J
Week 2/17 update: as of Friday, still blocked on both privacy review and stat1007 access. Discussed a traffic-spike detection algorithm with Isaac.
Week 2/17 update: finalized project skeleton with Leila; opened up communication with Diego.
Week 2/17 update: successfully piloted the first showcase under the new rule regime ;) continuing booking for May/June.
Feb 20 2020
Feb 19 2020
Nice use case @Platonides ;) I agree.
Feb 16 2020
Week 2/10 update: requested access to stat1007 so I can start exploring the data (T244785). Waiting on approval from Nuria Ruiz.
Week 2/10 update: worked on 'skeleton' for Research sub-program pages.
@leila sounds good.
Feb 11 2020
@leila sounds good. I'll complete the skeleton/requirements doc this week.
Feb 10 2020
Week 2/3 update: JM trying to get access to production again, so he can test some sample queries. Blocked on technical difficulties.
Week 2/3 update: no updates
Week 2/3 update: booked February showcase fully; finalized themes; began outreach to speakers for March - June.
Feb 4 2020
Weeks 1/20 and 1/27 updates: building out research plan and documenting some implementation details.
Weeks 1/20 and 1/27 updates: no updates
Jan 23 2020
I was confused, but I figured it out. No action needed, so closing as invalid.
Jan 22 2020
Jan 21 2020
Week 1/13 updates: met with Legal and Security reps to schedule privacy review; updates to the research brief; new Meta page
Week 1/13 update: no updates
Week 1/13 update: worked with Djellel on candidate themes and speakers for future showcases (through June).
Jan 13 2020
Weekly update: No updates.
Weekly update: No updates.
Weekly update: meetings scheduled with WMF Privacy team and community stakeholders. Research brief updated with more specific timeline, research questions, and implementation plans.
See update here: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T198659#5798436
16 interviews with former survey participants have been conducted. Researchers at Drexel are working to analyze the interview data. Our goal is to publish findings from the surveys and interviews at the 2020 CSCW conference (mid-April submission deadline).
Work is completed and being used to inform the design of a data dump schema (see related GSOC project).
This project is complete, or at least this phase of it. Any additional work will be linked from the project page: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research:Content_gaps_on_Wikipedia
I'm just subscribing because this sounds super interesting ;)