@Neil_P._Quinn_WMF Voilà! Post-its are here with the other photos: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1p5SqZF1_PjgBCWTG5_-rUBVNIfQoFGLc
Fri, Nov 8
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Fri, Nov 1
@MNeisler I chatted with @Nuria about this in our 1:1 today; here are her recommendations:
Use the compatibility table (https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Compatibility#General_information) to identify browsers for which we surface JS features vs. ones we do not.
Make sure to filter on agent_type=”user”
Look at browsers that are below grade A (those browsers will not see JS features; even if they technically support JS, that will not be the user experience on our sites)
Compare pageviews from browser grade A vs. pageviews from browsers below-grade-A
Differentiate desktop & mobile
@CGlenn Has this come up on your radar as you consider tracking options for the Foundation website?
Required: spike 1-2 hours to determine what data is available; depending on what's available could be a couple of day's work to get this data.
@ifried moving back to triage to discuss in our grooming meeting today; part of the team is away, so we might not have an answer for whether this is possible until next week
Wed, Oct 30
@CGlenn this came up earlier in the month and fell off my radar. Has Deb or anyone else reached out to you about this?
Thanks Adam, assigning to Connie to provide comments on the dataset as she uses with our September pageview data
Removing Phabricator for now; I plan to consult @MBinder_WMF about this in our next meeting (not urgent)
Tue, Oct 29
Planned for end of Q2; please update ticket if more urgent needs relating to this arise.
Mon, Oct 28
@cchen for review
Irene downloaded the data here - Google doc - for review
I've updated all of the queries in the wiki segmentation notebook and submitted a new pull request, with the updates, from my fork to the base GitHub repository which is managed by Neil and Mikhail.
@JMinor moving this to the backlog for now; do you have any updates or timelines for this?
Is this done? Can the ticket be resolved?
@ifried is this still needed/relevant?
@mforns it looks like the subtasks we had for this have all been resolved; can this be closed?
Thu, Oct 24
@MNovotny_WMF had suggested design may be able to help us work through viz standards (note that we haven't prioritized this work yet)
FWIW Margeigh suggested design could help us out with some viz standards; I'll loop her into T213467
Wed, Oct 23
Tue, Oct 22
@dr0ptp4kt any chance you could rerun this for pages accessed in English Wikipedia in September? We saw a spike in traffic in North America (specifically the US) and were hoping to look at content to see if there are any hints. I think this would be a great way for us to test the model, since it has a tangible application.
Mon, Oct 21
@mpopov is going to be gathering information and best practices for A/B testing; assigning to him to merge/associate with other tickets as needed.
Fri, Oct 18
@cchen this is all done, right? want to make sure we update it on the board :)
Resolved from last year; related work in underway in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T225237
Wed, Oct 16
Deprioritizing and moving to icebox to reflect reality and current needs; this is a valuable research question to consider for the future
Oct 11 2019
Oct 10 2019
I want to be sure I understand:
Oct 8 2019
Oct 7 2019
This kind of topic modeling could be useful for a Content data cube (T234701).
@dr0ptp4kt To make sure I understand the entirety of the request: This is a request for review of the dataset and consultation on whether it should implemented on Hive, correct? Or are you also looking for support in refining the logic? And is this a one-time thing, or is there a plan to productionize this?
Note from Toby: "Product analytics folks - I’d like to revisit the project Chelsey did about finding the most read topics on enwiki. No hurry but this would be very useful. "
@Halfak Product Analytics is tagged on this; is that as a heads up or a request? Moving to tracking for now.
@Charlotte Comms has a new analyst, CherRaye Glenn, starting today (I think) who should ultimately own these tasks. I'm going to check in with Deb Z; this may become a pairing/onboarding task to help CherRaye get up to speed.
@JKatzWMF moving this to the backlog; we'll reference it when we start modeling data for content in Q3
Oct 1 2019
Current DRAFT: https://superset.wikimedia.org/superset/dashboard/47/