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== Jsmidt's suggestion ==
 
== Jsmidt's suggestion ==
Sorry to list what seems like "everything" but I believe these statistics are all important to various groups of people.
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Sorry to list what seems like "everything" but I believe these statistics are all important to various groups of people.  As for use cases, each of these could be important for marketing: "Look we fixes a high percentage of bugs", "We have lots of new packages coming in", "Documentation is really improving", etc...  Furthermore, each thing I list helps establish the health of the project in each area.  "Are we doing enough to encourage translators to contribute", "Are we fixing bugs well", etc...
 
* Number of people [http://fedoraproject.org/join-fedora joining the project] as a function of time
 
* Number of people [http://fedoraproject.org/join-fedora joining the project] as a function of time
 
* Number of Ambassadors as function of time
 
* Number of Ambassadors as function of time

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Jsmidt's suggestion

Sorry to list what seems like "everything" but I believe these statistics are all important to various groups of people. As for use cases, each of these could be important for marketing: "Look we fixes a high percentage of bugs", "We have lots of new packages coming in", "Documentation is really improving", etc... Furthermore, each thing I list helps establish the health of the project in each area. "Are we doing enough to encourage translators to contribute", "Are we fixing bugs well", etc...

  • Number of people joining the project as a function of time
  • Number of Ambassadors as function of time
  • Number of translators as function of time
  • Number of BugZappers as function of time
  • Number of packagers as function of time
  • Number of people on docs team as function of time
  • Number of designers as function of time
  • Numbers if wiki edits as function of time
  • Number of packages in Fedora as function of time
  • Number of people using Fedora as a function of time.
  • Number of bugs opened each week as a function of time
  • Number of bugs closed each week as a function of time
  • Function of time as a function of time. (Better be linear).

--Jsmidt 01:16, 18 June 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for the wonderful suggestions, I'll get these integrated into the main use cases page shortly.
And just so you know — it never feels like time is linear ;) --Ian Weller 01:22, 18 June 2009 (UTC)