@Aklapper sorry for my delay. I swear I stared at this task for many times and I can't find a good path forward. ;) Your explanations above are helpful. I think the solution I was aiming for will make things too complicated and we shouldn't do it. I'll decline/drop this task.
Thu, Oct 7
@Isaac we just finalized the text of the Research Report No. 4. It would be great if you can support us with porting it to the site. It seems to me we should make a decision about how to surface this content in https://research.wikimedia.org/report.html . My suggestion is:
- Make a subpage for report No 1 called report_no_1.html or some other norm that makes sense to you.
- Move the content of report 1 to that page.
- Similar to recent updates in a program page add a section in report.html called past reports and put a blurb/link to Report 1 from there.
Wed, Oct 6
- I heard back from Effeietsanders and they confirmed that the WLM international team has nominated them as the 1 person who will work on the team's questions.
- MGerlach will be Effeietsanders' point of contact for the duration of their access and research.
- I have added the Research tag to this task so we don't lose track of it on our team's end.
- MGerlach is coordinating the next steps with Effeietsanders over email. Sub-tasks may be created for this task to track that work or not. I will leave that decision to MGerlach and Effeietsanders.
- To all other teams/projects: feel free to remove your tags if this task is no longer of interest to you. I didn't touch existing tags. :)
Mon, Oct 4
Thanks for your detailed response. Sounds good.
Fri, Oct 1
Thanks for your work and the update. A couple of comments/questions below.
Fri, Sep 24
Nice job in reaching this milestone. :)
congrats, Emily! I can't believe you've been with us only for a few months. Thanks for all your contributions. :)
Wed, Sep 22
(Disclaimer: I have volunteered for Wiki Loves Monuments for multiple years and understand and empathize with the needs of the international team and local organizers first-hand.)
Tue, Sep 21
Sep 2 2021
Research is a +1. We will need to do some updates to our current tasks, but collectively we can distribute and absorb the cost, and then enjoy the benefits.
Aug 27 2021
Thank you for your work on this project and for documenting your learnings. Please see below.
Jul 28 2021
Jul 20 2021
Jul 2 2021
@Aklapper we can introduce a column for radar in our workboards, np. We do want the task to automatically go to that column if someone use the tag. Is that possible?
Jun 25 2021
This is an excellent news. Congrats! :)
Jun 14 2021
Jun 7 2021
Jun 2 2021
@Aklapper thanks. yes it helped. In this case, the Radar milestone will be part of the same parent projects as the other milestones, so that solution won't work for us. What do you recommend we do to introduce a Radar tag in this case? (I'm using the word "tag" loosely).
I'll call it resolved and if someone disagrees they can reopen it.
May 26 2021
May 25 2021
May 24 2021
hi folks. I think what @calbon and I need is a Radar milestone in our corresponding team's groups. However, I'm not 100% sure. I'd appreciate your guidance. We want to use the tag to flag to one another if there are tasks that the team should be aware of. I'm not sure if a task can be part of multiple milestones. If it cannot be, then we will need your advice on what we should be asking for. Thank you!
@Miriam thanks for this update. It would be good if you create a task (for a/the contractor?) to look into improving the questions/descriptions associated with each metric to make sure they're understandable by a lay audience and translatable (to many languages).
Apr 30 2021
@MGerlach Thank you for the update, and my thanks to Marc for the presentation on Tuesday. While I had to miss it sadly, I caught up on the slides today and I find this deeper view to the work very fascinating. And I mentioned this to you already but will put it here for visibility, too: the kind of paper the two of you are working on will be really valuable and can help further shape the conversation around participatory approaches for metrics definition which can benefit Wikimedia and the broader ecosystem.
@Isaac thank you for the update and follow up with Legal.
Apr 29 2021
Apr 23 2021
Isaac, thank you for your update. (I remain very excited about this work.:) Beyond the research angle, I suggest you check about the question of which articles to potentially exclude with Legal and Security as well. Even though all the data you will use is already public, they may have recommendations for the type of data to exclude to avoid potential issues.
Mar 19 2021
@Miriam thank you for the update.
@Miriam I updated the task based on what we discussed today. do feel free to edit and expand, of course. Good luck!
Mar 17 2021
Mar 15 2021
Mar 12 2021
A quick note to thank you and Marc for working on this and the weekly updates. I read them every week and they are very helpful for me to have a better sense of where the work is at, and also to learn as you move forward.
Mar 3 2021
Feb 24 2021
@MMiller_WMF I'm very much excited about this task. I'm removing myself as a subscriber because mgerlach is on it on Research's end and I'm less helpful here for now. If there's anything you all need my help with, please add me back.
Feb 23 2021
Feb 22 2021
Feb 20 2021
@Gilles is this something you can comment on?
Feb 19 2021
@MGerlach thank you for your update. As we're waiting for the ML Platform's platform to be ready and for ML engineers to be able to support us for this type of work, please do consider requesting funds for an ML engineer contractor to work with you. (I understand that you yourself may be very close to the finish line on this particular effort, but something to consider especially given that Miriam may run into where you are 6 months down the road as well.)
Feb 15 2021
approved. Thank you for your support!
Feb 10 2021
For context: I asked @fkaelin to pick this task up as it remains a high priority request from the research community to our team and we seem to have enough in place to be able to make an MVP release happen.
Feb 9 2021
Congratulations on your first Phabricator task! Looking forward to many more! ;)
Feb 8 2021
Feb 2 2021
makes sense to me.
Feb 1 2021
Jan 29 2021
Jan 28 2021
On it, meaning: I'll check on our end to see if we can pick this up and one of us will get back to you here.