Do we have an idea of the levels of community health in Wikimedia technical spaces? Whatever idea we have, it is probably based on subjective observation of our spaces, which is biased by
# the activity that happens when we see it, missing what we don't see and what is not manifested (i.e. people not expressing frustrations or just leaving silently)
# our own biases (i.e. even with the best of my intentions I could not have deduced many of the points made by Guillom's [[ https://guillaumepaumier.com/2015/07/29/autistic-wikipedian/ | My life as an autistic Wikipedian ]] post)
We could run a survey to have a better idea of where we are, aiming to include a lot more and more diverse voices than the ones typically read and heard in our technical spaces.
What to measure, though? What to ask? I don't know, but I found this article to be a possible source of inspiration: http://sarah.thesharps.us/2015/10/06/what-makes-a-good-community/
More ideas and links to precedents / research are welcomed.