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[Wikimedia-l] Wikimedia Foundation quarterly reviews for July-September 2015

Tilman Bayer
Greetings everyone,

the Wikimedia Foundation's quarterly reviews of teams' work in the
past quarter (July-September, Q1 of the 2015-16 fiscal year) took
place last week. Minutes and slides for those meetings are now
available:

Community Engagement:
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Community_Engagement,_October_2015

Discovery:
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Discovery,_October_2015

Reading and Advancement (with Fundraising Tech):
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Reading_and_Advancement,_October_2015

Editing (comprising the Collaboration, Language Engineering,
Multimedia, Parsing, and VisualEditor teams):
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Editing,_October_2015

Infrastructure (comprising the Analytics, Release Engineering,
Services, TechOps, and Labs teams) and CTO (comprising the Design
Research, Research & Data, Performance, and Security teams):
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Infrastructure_and_CTO,_October_2015

Legal, Talent & Culture (HR), Communications, Finance & Administration
& Office IT, and Team Practices:
https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Legal,_HR,_Finance,_Communications,_TPG,_October_2015

As usual, much of this information will also be available in
consolidated form as part of the general WMF quarterly report for Q1,
which is planned to be published on October 19.

See https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews
for some general background about the Foundation's quarterly review
process.

--
Tilman Bayer
Senior Analyst
Wikimedia Foundation
IRC (Freenode): HaeB

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Re: [Wikimedia-l] Wikimedia Foundation quarterly reviews for July-September 2015

Pine W
Thanks Tilman. I finally got around to skimming most of this. Questions &
Comments below:

Communications: seems to be firing on all cylinders.

Team Practices: seems to be making a difference in supporting other
individuals and teams. Some of the metrics chosen look great.

Release engineering: great idea about the skill matrix; would HR and Team
Practices like to expand this to other teams?

Grants restructuring: big job, thanks/congrats for how it was done, looking
forward to execution

TechOps: nice to see that OTRS upgrade is in progress; I believe that this
has been talked about for years

Labs: I have a subjective impression of much improved reliability, so thank
you

Design research: University of Washington mentioned; what's the connection?

Performance: thank you for working on paint time

Security: I have a suggestion for KPIs: maximum and median times for
resolution of critical and high priority bugs; and maximum and median time
for first response to bug reports on all channels (Phabricator, email, etc)

Reading: can we get an update on what's being done WRT push notifications?

Partnerships: happy to see pre-install deal coming soon

Editing: how is the community feedback about the split of Echo
notifications.

Multimedia: yay for ability to upload to Commons from VE; excited that
Excel import is coming (this may stop my complaints to Grantmaking about
MediaWiki tables for budgets)

High level comment: from these reports it looks like the Foundation is
generally making good progress. Going forward a theme that I'd really like
to see is closer integration of WMF priorities with community priorities. I
hear from my colleagues at in-person meetings and online that there is a
sense that WMF's priorities may or may not be the community's priorities. A
certain amount of that is understandable, but my subjective sense is that
there's a fair amount of frustration in the community and that the
situation could be better. Suggestion: take advantage of the Evaluation
team's enhanced survey capacity to run surveys like the one that WMIL ran,
and run them every 6 months. Prioritize the languages to maximize return on
translation investment. Then adjust WMF quarterly priorities in alignment
with the priorities expressed in the community priorities survey. Also,
establish SLAs for all departments with regard to responses to community
questions.

Thanks! I hope that other community members will write comments and
questions also.

Pine

On Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 10:15 PM, Tilman Bayer <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Greetings everyone,
>
> the Wikimedia Foundation's quarterly reviews of teams' work in the
> past quarter (July-September, Q1 of the 2015-16 fiscal year) took
> place last week. Minutes and slides for those meetings are now
> available:
>
> Community Engagement:
>
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Community_Engagement,_October_2015
>
> Discovery:
>
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Discovery,_October_2015
>
> Reading and Advancement (with Fundraising Tech):
>
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Reading_and_Advancement,_October_2015
>
> Editing (comprising the Collaboration, Language Engineering,
> Multimedia, Parsing, and VisualEditor teams):
>
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Editing,_October_2015
>
> Infrastructure (comprising the Analytics, Release Engineering,
> Services, TechOps, and Labs teams) and CTO (comprising the Design
> Research, Research & Data, Performance, and Security teams):
>
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Infrastructure_and_CTO,_October_2015
>
> Legal, Talent & Culture (HR), Communications, Finance & Administration
> & Office IT, and Team Practices:
>
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Legal,_HR,_Finance,_Communications,_TPG,_October_2015
>
> As usual, much of this information will also be available in
> consolidated form as part of the general WMF quarterly report for Q1,
> which is planned to be published on October 19.
>
> See
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews
> for some general background about the Foundation's quarterly review
> process.
>
> --
> Tilman Bayer
> Senior Analyst
> Wikimedia Foundation
> IRC (Freenode): HaeB
>
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Re: [Wikimedia-l] Wikimedia Foundation quarterly reviews for July-September 2015

James Alexander-4
Thanks for reading them Pine! I think it would be great if you reach out to
those teams (either on meta talk pages if they have them, other mailing
lists etc). I think leaving the questions here all as one pile is sadly a
recipe for non-response as not only are most staff members (like most
community members) not subscribed (for the best, it would be an enormous
amount of donor funds spent all combined with them reading it) it's also
rarely a productive use of a thread to try and throw it in so many
directions at once. That said, the high level comments seem perfect for the
thread.

James Alexander
Manager
Trust & Safety
Wikimedia Foundation
(415) 839-6885 x6716 @jamesofur

On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 1:35 AM, Pine W <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Thanks Tilman. I finally got around to skimming most of this. Questions &
> Comments below:
>
> Communications: seems to be firing on all cylinders.
>
> Team Practices: seems to be making a difference in supporting other
> individuals and teams. Some of the metrics chosen look great.
>
> Release engineering: great idea about the skill matrix; would HR and Team
> Practices like to expand this to other teams?
>
> Grants restructuring: big job, thanks/congrats for how it was done, looking
> forward to execution
>
> TechOps: nice to see that OTRS upgrade is in progress; I believe that this
> has been talked about for years
>
> Labs: I have a subjective impression of much improved reliability, so thank
> you
>
> Design research: University of Washington mentioned; what's the connection?
>
> Performance: thank you for working on paint time
>
> Security: I have a suggestion for KPIs: maximum and median times for
> resolution of critical and high priority bugs; and maximum and median time
> for first response to bug reports on all channels (Phabricator, email, etc)
>
> Reading: can we get an update on what's being done WRT push notifications?
>
> Partnerships: happy to see pre-install deal coming soon
>
> Editing: how is the community feedback about the split of Echo
> notifications.
>
> Multimedia: yay for ability to upload to Commons from VE; excited that
> Excel import is coming (this may stop my complaints to Grantmaking about
> MediaWiki tables for budgets)
>
> High level comment: from these reports it looks like the Foundation is
> generally making good progress. Going forward a theme that I'd really like
> to see is closer integration of WMF priorities with community priorities. I
> hear from my colleagues at in-person meetings and online that there is a
> sense that WMF's priorities may or may not be the community's priorities. A
> certain amount of that is understandable, but my subjective sense is that
> there's a fair amount of frustration in the community and that the
> situation could be better. Suggestion: take advantage of the Evaluation
> team's enhanced survey capacity to run surveys like the one that WMIL ran,
> and run them every 6 months. Prioritize the languages to maximize return on
> translation investment. Then adjust WMF quarterly priorities in alignment
> with the priorities expressed in the community priorities survey. Also,
> establish SLAs for all departments with regard to responses to community
> questions.
>
> Thanks! I hope that other community members will write comments and
> questions also.
>
> Pine
>
> On Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 10:15 PM, Tilman Bayer <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>
> > Greetings everyone,
> >
> > the Wikimedia Foundation's quarterly reviews of teams' work in the
> > past quarter (July-September, Q1 of the 2015-16 fiscal year) took
> > place last week. Minutes and slides for those meetings are now
> > available:
> >
> > Community Engagement:
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Community_Engagement,_October_2015
> >
> > Discovery:
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Discovery,_October_2015
> >
> > Reading and Advancement (with Fundraising Tech):
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Reading_and_Advancement,_October_2015
> >
> > Editing (comprising the Collaboration, Language Engineering,
> > Multimedia, Parsing, and VisualEditor teams):
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Editing,_October_2015
> >
> > Infrastructure (comprising the Analytics, Release Engineering,
> > Services, TechOps, and Labs teams) and CTO (comprising the Design
> > Research, Research & Data, Performance, and Security teams):
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Infrastructure_and_CTO,_October_2015
> >
> > Legal, Talent & Culture (HR), Communications, Finance & Administration
> > & Office IT, and Team Practices:
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Legal,_HR,_Finance,_Communications,_TPG,_October_2015
> >
> > As usual, much of this information will also be available in
> > consolidated form as part of the general WMF quarterly report for Q1,
> > which is planned to be published on October 19.
> >
> > See
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews
> > for some general background about the Foundation's quarterly review
> > process.
> >
> > --
> > Tilman Bayer
> > Senior Analyst
> > Wikimedia Foundation
> > IRC (Freenode): HaeB
> >
> > _______________________________________________
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Re: [Wikimedia-l] Wikimedia Foundation quarterly reviews for July-September 2015

Toby Negrin
In reply to this post by Pine W
Hi Pine --

I can't speak for the other groups, but for your question on Reading and
push notifications, we're having discussions with the echo folks about
using this platform for push notifications for the apps. We're interested
in combining this feature with feeds on the apps with the idea that it
would land in the first quarter of 2016 but this is very preliminary.

-Toby

On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 1:35 AM, Pine W <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Thanks Tilman. I finally got around to skimming most of this. Questions &
> Comments below:
>
> Communications: seems to be firing on all cylinders.
>
> Team Practices: seems to be making a difference in supporting other
> individuals and teams. Some of the metrics chosen look great.
>
> Release engineering: great idea about the skill matrix; would HR and Team
> Practices like to expand this to other teams?
>
> Grants restructuring: big job, thanks/congrats for how it was done, looking
> forward to execution
>
> TechOps: nice to see that OTRS upgrade is in progress; I believe that this
> has been talked about for years
>
> Labs: I have a subjective impression of much improved reliability, so thank
> you
>
> Design research: University of Washington mentioned; what's the connection?
>
> Performance: thank you for working on paint time
>
> Security: I have a suggestion for KPIs: maximum and median times for
> resolution of critical and high priority bugs; and maximum and median time
> for first response to bug reports on all channels (Phabricator, email, etc)
>
> Reading: can we get an update on what's being done WRT push notifications?
>
> Partnerships: happy to see pre-install deal coming soon
>
> Editing: how is the community feedback about the split of Echo
> notifications.
>
> Multimedia: yay for ability to upload to Commons from VE; excited that
> Excel import is coming (this may stop my complaints to Grantmaking about
> MediaWiki tables for budgets)
>
> High level comment: from these reports it looks like the Foundation is
> generally making good progress. Going forward a theme that I'd really like
> to see is closer integration of WMF priorities with community priorities. I
> hear from my colleagues at in-person meetings and online that there is a
> sense that WMF's priorities may or may not be the community's priorities. A
> certain amount of that is understandable, but my subjective sense is that
> there's a fair amount of frustration in the community and that the
> situation could be better. Suggestion: take advantage of the Evaluation
> team's enhanced survey capacity to run surveys like the one that WMIL ran,
> and run them every 6 months. Prioritize the languages to maximize return on
> translation investment. Then adjust WMF quarterly priorities in alignment
> with the priorities expressed in the community priorities survey. Also,
> establish SLAs for all departments with regard to responses to community
> questions.
>
> Thanks! I hope that other community members will write comments and
> questions also.
>
> Pine
>
> On Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 10:15 PM, Tilman Bayer <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
>
> > Greetings everyone,
> >
> > the Wikimedia Foundation's quarterly reviews of teams' work in the
> > past quarter (July-September, Q1 of the 2015-16 fiscal year) took
> > place last week. Minutes and slides for those meetings are now
> > available:
> >
> > Community Engagement:
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Community_Engagement,_October_2015
> >
> > Discovery:
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Discovery,_October_2015
> >
> > Reading and Advancement (with Fundraising Tech):
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Reading_and_Advancement,_October_2015
> >
> > Editing (comprising the Collaboration, Language Engineering,
> > Multimedia, Parsing, and VisualEditor teams):
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Editing,_October_2015
> >
> > Infrastructure (comprising the Analytics, Release Engineering,
> > Services, TechOps, and Labs teams) and CTO (comprising the Design
> > Research, Research & Data, Performance, and Security teams):
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Infrastructure_and_CTO,_October_2015
> >
> > Legal, Talent & Culture (HR), Communications, Finance & Administration
> > & Office IT, and Team Practices:
> >
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Legal,_HR,_Finance,_Communications,_TPG,_October_2015
> >
> > As usual, much of this information will also be available in
> > consolidated form as part of the general WMF quarterly report for Q1,
> > which is planned to be published on October 19.
> >
> > See
> >
> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews
> > for some general background about the Foundation's quarterly review
> > process.
> >
> > --
> > Tilman Bayer
> > Senior Analyst
> > Wikimedia Foundation
> > IRC (Freenode): HaeB
> >
> > _______________________________________________
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Re: [Wikimedia-l] Wikimedia Foundation quarterly reviews for July-September 2015

Toby Negrin
Sorry James -- I replied before I saw your email. Happy to continue this
discussion elsewhere Pine.

-Toby

On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 5:52 AM, Toby Negrin <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Pine --
>
> I can't speak for the other groups, but for your question on Reading and
> push notifications, we're having discussions with the echo folks about
> using this platform for push notifications for the apps. We're interested
> in combining this feature with feeds on the apps with the idea that it
> would land in the first quarter of 2016 but this is very preliminary.
>
> -Toby
>
> On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 1:35 AM, Pine W <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Thanks Tilman. I finally got around to skimming most of this. Questions &
>> Comments below:
>>
>> Communications: seems to be firing on all cylinders.
>>
>> Team Practices: seems to be making a difference in supporting other
>> individuals and teams. Some of the metrics chosen look great.
>>
>> Release engineering: great idea about the skill matrix; would HR and Team
>> Practices like to expand this to other teams?
>>
>> Grants restructuring: big job, thanks/congrats for how it was done,
>> looking
>> forward to execution
>>
>> TechOps: nice to see that OTRS upgrade is in progress; I believe that this
>> has been talked about for years
>>
>> Labs: I have a subjective impression of much improved reliability, so
>> thank
>> you
>>
>> Design research: University of Washington mentioned; what's the
>> connection?
>>
>> Performance: thank you for working on paint time
>>
>> Security: I have a suggestion for KPIs: maximum and median times for
>> resolution of critical and high priority bugs; and maximum and median time
>> for first response to bug reports on all channels (Phabricator, email,
>> etc)
>>
>> Reading: can we get an update on what's being done WRT push notifications?
>>
>> Partnerships: happy to see pre-install deal coming soon
>>
>> Editing: how is the community feedback about the split of Echo
>> notifications.
>>
>> Multimedia: yay for ability to upload to Commons from VE; excited that
>> Excel import is coming (this may stop my complaints to Grantmaking about
>> MediaWiki tables for budgets)
>>
>> High level comment: from these reports it looks like the Foundation is
>> generally making good progress. Going forward a theme that I'd really like
>> to see is closer integration of WMF priorities with community priorities.
>> I
>> hear from my colleagues at in-person meetings and online that there is a
>> sense that WMF's priorities may or may not be the community's priorities.
>> A
>> certain amount of that is understandable, but my subjective sense is that
>> there's a fair amount of frustration in the community and that the
>> situation could be better. Suggestion: take advantage of the Evaluation
>> team's enhanced survey capacity to run surveys like the one that WMIL ran,
>> and run them every 6 months. Prioritize the languages to maximize return
>> on
>> translation investment. Then adjust WMF quarterly priorities in alignment
>> with the priorities expressed in the community priorities survey. Also,
>> establish SLAs for all departments with regard to responses to community
>> questions.
>>
>> Thanks! I hope that other community members will write comments and
>> questions also.
>>
>> Pine
>>
>> On Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 10:15 PM, Tilman Bayer <[hidden email]>
>> wrote:
>>
>> > Greetings everyone,
>> >
>> > the Wikimedia Foundation's quarterly reviews of teams' work in the
>> > past quarter (July-September, Q1 of the 2015-16 fiscal year) took
>> > place last week. Minutes and slides for those meetings are now
>> > available:
>> >
>> > Community Engagement:
>> >
>> >
>> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Community_Engagement,_October_2015
>> >
>> > Discovery:
>> >
>> >
>> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Discovery,_October_2015
>> >
>> > Reading and Advancement (with Fundraising Tech):
>> >
>> >
>> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Reading_and_Advancement,_October_2015
>> >
>> > Editing (comprising the Collaboration, Language Engineering,
>> > Multimedia, Parsing, and VisualEditor teams):
>> >
>> >
>> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Editing,_October_2015
>> >
>> > Infrastructure (comprising the Analytics, Release Engineering,
>> > Services, TechOps, and Labs teams) and CTO (comprising the Design
>> > Research, Research & Data, Performance, and Security teams):
>> >
>> >
>> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Infrastructure_and_CTO,_October_2015
>> >
>> > Legal, Talent & Culture (HR), Communications, Finance & Administration
>> > & Office IT, and Team Practices:
>> >
>> >
>> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews/Legal,_HR,_Finance,_Communications,_TPG,_October_2015
>> >
>> > As usual, much of this information will also be available in
>> > consolidated form as part of the general WMF quarterly report for Q1,
>> > which is planned to be published on October 19.
>> >
>> > See
>> >
>> https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WMF_Metrics_and_activities_meetings/Quarterly_reviews
>> > for some general background about the Foundation's quarterly review
>> > process.
>> >
>> > --
>> > Tilman Bayer
>> > Senior Analyst
>> > Wikimedia Foundation
>> > IRC (Freenode): HaeB
>> >
>> > _______________________________________________
>> > Wikimedia-l mailing list, guidelines at:
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