@AKlapper (WMF) @Rfarrand (WMF) @Qgil-WMF Between now and end of December is the time we all think about the activities we contributed to individually or in collaboration with others, and add them to the "Timeline" and what we learned from them to the "Key Findings" section of the report. Does this sound like a good idea?
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Timeline and Key Findings in the report
For the second report, we have fewer findings than the previous one, one of the reasons I think is a similar set of observations and activities.
Once we have the stats from Bitergia I would be interested in learning activity of new developers from Wikimedia events and outreach programs, what projects received most contributions, the difference if any in the number of contributors we have drawn between the two quarters, etc.
I usually struggle to identify "key findings" (if I interpret that term correctly). I collect feedback on organizing GCi in https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T181738 and I continuously improve Google Code-in/Admins.