Fri, Jun 21
Sat, Jun 15
@Isaac update on my end: I pinged fr, hu, pt, and uk point of contacts. I am also working on fa.
Fri, Jun 7
Wed, Jun 5
@bmansurov in the case of the specific survey we're talking about: we want to always put it as the last option.
@bmansurov correct. currently the first question in the task description. (being able to add an "other" option with a free form text box in front of it where the respondent can enter text in.)
@Miriam, thanks for expanding the analysis in T222078#5216328 . You and I talked about the results you have in this task and what recommendations we can have based on what we have learned from this analysis. I'll summarize them below:
- We see a significant and sustained lift in Wikipedia unique device count in countries that are served via Singapore data-center after the switch.
Tue, Jun 4
@bmansurov it would be great if you can prioritize this task on your end. That can unblock us from achieving the goal we set for this quarter and help us get a better sense of editor gender distributions. :)
Tue, May 28
This is now done. :) There are still accounts to be closed, reports to be written, etc. but those are minor compared to the amount of work that had to be done earlier and I'll close this task as a result. http://www2019.thewebconf.org/
@Miriam Thanks for doing this analysis. Based on what we discussed on Thursday, it would be great if you can look at some of the South American countries with internet growths similar to Asia and see if the patterns you see (for unique device growth) can be similarly explained. If the patterns are different, we have a conclusion to make here with some modest signals.
May 21 2019
May 12 2019
Apr 29 2019
@elukey I'm working with mtizzoni and panisson to figure out what to keep. This requires a deeper look at the data and Legal/Security input for a possible release. I expect this to be delayed by a couple of months as this is not a priority right now. If this is an issue for you, let me know and I'll reprioritize this for on or after May 20.
Apr 19 2019
@Capt_Swing given that it was motivated by your needs (if I'm reading the description correctly), sure, feel free to close.
I submitted the proposal with Benjamin Mako Hill and the proposal got accepted.
Apr 18 2019
Apr 17 2019
@Isaac I'm going to mark this task as Resolved as we have assessed which languages can participate at https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Research_talk:Characterizing_Wikipedia_Reader_Behaviour/Demographics_and_Wikipedia_use_cases#Interested_languages . While there may be some variations in that list, I expect it to be for the most part settled. Reopen if you disagree.
Apr 2 2019
@Nuria Ok. I'll decline then and feel free to re-open if things change.
Apr 1 2019
@Nuria what shall we do with this task? Anything Research can help with?
@Miriam feel free to move this to Done. We will iterate on it as part of the annual plan work, and you already have parts of it as part of the research white papers.
@Erik_Zachte I'm going to mark this one as resolved. If you don't agree, please re-open.
@Miriam shall we keep this task under in-progress? I'm happy to pick this up as part of the next invitation for talk we will have. In this case, you can decline it. Otherwise, let me know how I can help you proceed.
@Capt_Swing should this task be assigned to you? If not, can you help us find an owner for it or update the status of it?
Mar 28 2019
Update time. I have sent the following status update and recommendation for next steps email to a few folks. Putting it here as well for visibility for others.
Mar 26 2019
Mar 21 2019
Mar 20 2019
@elukey Please keep the directories of mtizzoni and panisson on stat* untouched. You can purge the rest (for them and the other two usernames). I'm talking with them to see when those two directories can be purged. There is some data there we may want to release.
@Miriam I see what you say. In this case it's fine to keep it open and reuse it when we list goals for Q4. It's more of an EPIC task.
Mar 19 2019
Mar 15 2019
@bmansurov thanks! How is the staging done? In the second round, we gradually increased data collection from 1-15% per the village pump announcement, and then to 100%. Some staging is recommended for this round as well.