User:Quaid/Community metrics

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I am interested in quantifying and analyzing data generated by the Fedora Project as a way to measure the health of the Fedora community. This idea is directly connected to existing efforts to do the same, such as statistics++.

As a way to learn-as-we-go and get myself a useful set of data about the health of the Fedora community, I'm going to focus on a few broad strokes of information. These broad strokes potentially comprise a number of granular study points - places to look, and metrics to pull on a regular basis.

The processes here - the what and how - are going to change over time, in response to whatever happens.

Contents

Trends

Usage

  • Direct downloads
  • Number of repo connections

Usage data and notes 2012-07-25

Search relevance

  • Evolve a set of parameters for search engine metrics
    • Can we drive down to see what is being done with Fedora? I.e., more than just talked about, how is it used?

Search relevance data and notes 2012-07-25

Discussions

  • Forums
  • Mailing lists

Discussions data and notes 2012-07-25

Content

  • Blogs
  • Videos
  • Tutorials
  • Articles
  • Maker/doer
    • Can we drive down to see what is being done with Fedora? I.e., more than just talked about, how is it used?

Content data and notes 2012-07-25

Sources

The Statistics page and its sources provide the initial #Usage trends.