Talk:Wikimedia Research/Research and Data
"We believe that we work best with customers when we participate in the design process from a very early stage to identify research questions that new products or programs are designed to answer."
I hate to pluck one sentence and look at it out of context, but I have read hundreds of pages on Wikipedia and this is the first time I've ever seen Editors and/or Readers referred to as "customers". It sounds like passages of this were taken from somewhere other than Wikipedia or written by someone unfamiliar with how it works.
Legacy or not?
The template on top of this page currently says:
- This is a legacy page describing the scope and mandate of the Research and Data team, formerly part of Analytics and now part of the Research department.
However, that page (Wikimedia_Research#Research and Data) links back to this one:
Research Internship Program
Media wiki has a page on Research Internship Program https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Research_Internship_Program the page is almost empty but was created by a previous wikimedia staff. I would like the current staff to look at it and delete the page if necessary.
18.104.22.168 13:26, 17 December 2015 (UTC)