This page is about feature requests and bug reports about the Tiki Dashboard. If you are looking for a Bug dashboard, see Wishlist Bugs
For use by the Tiki community: Tiki Software and Community Dashboard
What data should I track?
Who is the audience?
Goal: Tell the story
Compare over time (evolution)
Comparison to peers (industry)
- Design to a single screen/page
- Ensure adequate context
- Use an appropriate level of details
- Keep design simple
How can we improve Tiki (as an application) to be a better dashboard tool.
- A dashboard which is an improved version of
- Tiki's built-in stats
- Rating Language
Dogfood for the Tiki community
Beyond improving the software, how should we do it to improve our community.
- Each *.tiki.org site should have activity evolution chart
- top-5 participants
- most active pages, etc
- Compare to other projects
- Compare over time
- Aggregate data
Watch out for:
- Indicators that can be cheated. (just to get good stats but health is not better)
- When mailing list posts go down, it doesn't mean the community is decreasing, because activity is transferred to the wiki.
- Number of active contributors: how do you define "active"?
- More community members will have global overview
- Marketing/promotional tool like http://tiki.org/Top-10+stats
- Attract talent for weak spots
- So users could pick from some existing modules
- RSS Feeds