User talk:Milimetric (WMF)
- 1 Talkback
- 2 Question about analytics
- 3 Talk:Code of conduct for technical spaces/Draft edit
- 4 Reportcard
- 5 Please provide feedback on suggested improvements to the Code of Conduct
- 6 Please participate in discussion on updated "Marginalized and underrepresented groups" text
- 7 Wikistats 2.0 Design Preview
I have replied to you on my talk page, in the future, you'll see "My new messages(1)" at the top left.
I'm sorry for the misunderstanding, I delete many userpages like this all the time. I had nothing against you and I never will have anything against you. Please take my apology.--Jasper Deng (talk) 04:26, 23 September 2012 (UTC)
Question about analytics
Hey Tobias, sorry, no I can't help much with that question. I'm more on the engineering side of things and don't have great analytical knowledge yet. I would try the analytics-l mailing list maybe. DAndreescu
- Aah! Sorry about that, totally unintentional, thanks for fixing.
I have two questions. It would be nice, if you could answer them.
- ) Why gets the reportcard content deleted after two years (e.g. rc_very_active_editors_count.csv)?
- ) Why are there small inconsistencies when you compare the data of an older date at that date which this data at today's date (Github)?
2012/06/01 11776 3260 1175 987 764 669 491 468 323 281 (earlier) 2012/06/01 11797 3217 1158 1001 755 666 485 458 319 279 (now)
- Hi Kopiersperre. Reportcard data is not deleted after two years, the data source is wikistats (for the example you asked about, see this page for data going back to 2008: http://stats.wikimedia.org/EN/SummaryEN.htm). The reason some graphs and datafiles in the reportcard don't have data going back further is because we migrated to this dashboard in 2012, and we didn't import too much historical data. As for the small inconsistencies, the reason is because pages that get deleted today have edits that sometimes happened a long time ago. The way we chose to report is to modify history and not count those edits after the page was deleted. There has been a lot of discussion about this, and I personally think it's important to see the data both ways. But the reportcard has to choose one way and stay consistent, and we think this is the most honest way to report the number of edits. Hope that helps :) Milimetric (WMF) (talk) 14:04, 11 September 2015 (UTC)
Please provide feedback on suggested improvements to the Code of Conduct
Thanks to everyone who’s helped work on the Code of Conduct so far.
These are important sections, so please take a look at the proposed changes. I apologize that this feedback arrived later than planned, but I think this will create a better document.
If you prefer to give your opinion privately, feedback via e-mail is welcome at conduct-discussionwikimedia.org.
Please participate in discussion on updated "Marginalized and underrepresented groups" text
Thanks for participating in the earlier discussion on Talk:Code of Conduct/Draft#Marginalized and underrepresented groups. There was some support and some issues were raised. I've attempted to propose a better draft to address the issues.
Wikistats 2.0 Design Preview
Hello! Thank you for leaving feedback on the Wikistats - Future per report page. We read it carefully and designed a set of wireframes that reflects your priorities. We’re now looking for feedback on the design, and we’d love your input. We have key questions that touch on different sections, and links for feedback here: Request for feedback/Round 1 (if you prefer email, write to
email@example.com and please include “Wikistats Design” in the subject). Please comment by Monday, February 13th so we can include your feedback and iterate. Thank you very much!
Your Wikistats 2.0 Team, --16:09, 3 February 2017 (UTC)