Oct 20 2020
Oct 15 2020
Oct 13 2020
Setting it to 100% is possible, but having 20% of new users not get the homepage is deliberate, so as to create a control group for the experiment.
Oh, OK. Sorry for the confusion. I had seen that euwiki was set to 100 and I had assumed it was sort of customizable. So, I don't see a problem with staying at 80%, but is there a plan of how long the tests will stay? After that, the number could be raise to 100%.
Oct 11 2020
Sep 29 2020
Sep 22 2020
@Trizek-WMF As far as I could verify, everything looks great! I didn't find any bug or missing translations, except for the link to the edit page that was incorrect on the commit, but I managed to solve it with a redirect. I couldn't look at WelcomeSurvey, because when I tried to open it, it redirected straight to the main page.
Meanwhile, I was wondering... Is it possible to customize the activation rate for new users with an on-wiki control? Something like a page that we can define an integer or something like that. I ask this because only 15 users have signed up as mentors and, if several new mentees appear at the same time, some mentors could unsubscribe from the list. I think that starting at a low rate and gradually increasing it may be wiser at this point.
Sep 12 2020
Hi! I can help you with those missing elements.
Apr 28 2020
After the deploy, the bug no longer occurs on my tests. I'm marking here as Resolved. Thank you all!