Fri, Jul 19
Thu, Jul 18
The reason for private data access is that to investigate usage of the tile service (especially by parties outside of Wikimedia and our communities, which are the top users of the service), Mateus requires access to the webrequest table as that is the only place where he can look at the referrer info of tile requests.
Tue, Jul 16
notes for future self:
- abandoned sessions can just be a post-aggregation metric impressions - clicks, doesn't have to be present at ingestion time
- expert syntax usage would have to be a boolean dimension, not a metric. we can then compare volumes of searches between true and false values of this dimension
Thu, Jul 11
Okay, we've got 3 dashboards to decide fates for:
Fri, Jul 5
@Charlotte: with Suggested Edits v2 coming out, is this task still valid? If it's not going to drive any decisions, let's close it?
Closing as this has been done
Finally closing this out:
For future reference:
Looks like we can ditch this. What we already have is good enough.
Yup, ServerSideAccountCreation seems to have everything we need!
How would this impact the ability to install Python and R packages? Will export https_proxy=http://webproxy.eqiad.wmnet:8080 be enough for when we need to access the Internet to download a package or a file programmatically?
Tue, Jul 2
Fri, Jun 28
I need to do some investigation as part of T226565 because there's a chance we may already have relevant data after all and may not need this work to be done.
Wed, Jun 26
@Dbrant Works perfectly now! Thanks and great job :D
Bug: the first image caption suggestion keeps getting counted as a title description suggestion.
Tue, Jun 25
This was done in T218594
Jun 21 2019
Caption stats are in the events we're getting from alpha, I can confirm that much.
Jun 20 2019
Jun 17 2019
Jun 14 2019
Okay, here are the daily user counts, VE session counts, sessions/user rates, and edit completion (success) rates:
Jun 13 2019
Aw, you're very welcome, Morten! :D
Jun 12 2019
Neil is reviewing my analysis (https://analytics.wikimedia.org/datasets/editing-reports/section-editing-experiment.html)
Jun 5 2019
May 29 2019
May 28 2019
Can confirm that the traffic to that page is almost entirely search referred visits:
May 17 2019
May 14 2019
@Groceryheist: some workaround instructions in the meantime https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:MPopov_(WMF)/Notes/RStan
By the way, there's already a task for this: T220542
May 10 2019
May 9 2019
May 3 2019
Apr 15 2019
I just deleted product-analytics-test and product-analytics-bayes so y'all don't need to worry about those instances :)
Apr 10 2019
Apr 9 2019
Apr 3 2019
@chelsyx: Okay, I think that's all the reports now. https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/wikimedia/discovery/golden/+/499939/-1..2 awaits your CR
Apr 1 2019
Mar 28 2019
It would appear we may have on average? Report up at: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/User:MPopov_(WMF)/Android/Notifications
Mar 25 2019
I'm currently finishing up an important analysis for the Android team (T213458) and once that's done (today or tomorrow) I will resume work on this. I've already started but have done a little bit. Based on that, I expect to be done with this by the end of the week.
Mar 19 2019
Question for @Dbrant: would the app be able to store data in user_properties table? Might need to be a separate API call after an account is created since we probably can't include that data in the account creation API call. Would rather do that than store a user_id in event data.
@Dbrant: let's finally get rid of 1:100 sampling in the sessions funnel?
Mar 18 2019
After talking with Chelsy and thinking even more about this over the weekend I'm gonna simplify the specs. Once Robin returns I'll talk with him about data he'd be interested in with respect to user experience flow to aid future redesigns/adjustments.
Mar 14 2019
Managed with others! :) I'll reopen if needed. Thanks for checking in!
Mar 13 2019
Measure the length of sessions and volume of edits made within the different app editing tasks. (We want to know how many cards deep into the feed people look vs. how many edits they actually make, to see whether the stuff we're presenting is compelling to people. Also interested if people do this for long at a time to see how compelling they find the stuff.)
Mar 11 2019
Thank you, @Catrope!!!