On 02/18/2016 05:48 PM, Bhagyashree Uday wrote:
On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 4:01 AM, Matthew Miller
<mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 02:27:51AM +0530, Bhagyashree Uday wrote:
> A badges workshop was conducted during FOSDEM 2016 and a lot of people
> logged into Fedora Badges for the first time during FOSDEM.decause
> suggested then that we should prolly compile some metrics to see the
> activity of these people thereafter. Do these users contribute continously?
> or Are they just active during FOSDEM?
That's a great idea!
> 38 users logged into Fedora Badges first time.
> Out of these 24 hadnt contributed in past year(new users)
> People showed an increase in participation post FOSDEM even previously
> active users :)
> The link contains the Pre, Post and FOSDEM activity details of these users
Is this for the FOSDEM 2016 badge? What about for the 2015 and 2014
It's for FOSDEM 2016 badge. But, I just realised that not all FOSDEM
attendees have been covered since I used datagrepper msgs to identify
the FOSDEM attendees and not Fedora Badges itself. So, it only covers
the users who were alloted the badge within the FOSDEM period. I will
cover the 2014 and 2015 FOSDEM attendees along with the full list over
Would love to hear if you have any other suggestions/ideas for metrics
related to FOSDEM and other Fedora conferences too.
Just wanted to give my +1 on how awesome this is. Knowing that we have
the ability to track these kind of metrics is a powerful and awesome
tool that we can leverage, especially for events, which can sometimes we
difficult to represent in quantifiable terms.
I brought up this specific report at the FAmNA meeting tonight too. This
is something I'd like to try to analyze for the upcoming BrickHack
hackathon at the beginning of March. There's a lot of things planned for
this particular event and being able to monitor our impact with badges
is something that is really exciting to me!!
Justin W. Flory