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MVP #1

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enterprisey opened this Issue Jul 22, 2016 · 2 comments

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enterprisey commented Jul 22, 2016

Display, for each user:

  • A count of FACs they contributed to
    • And a list
    • Not counting nominations
    • Not counting closes, if the user is a FAC coordinator
  • A count of FACs they nominated
    • And a list
  • A count of FACs they voted on
    • And a list
    • Ignoring struck votes
  • Average number of bytes added while contributing

The tool should:

  • Exclude bots from being listed
  • Allow date-range queries

Definitions:

  • A user has contributed to a FAC when they have made an edit adding more than 20 bytes.
  • A user has voted on a FAC when they have made a comment that includes a bold Support, Oppose, or Comment, or when they have opened a level-4 section with a title that begins Comment.

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Two slight tweaks to the second definition:

  • A user has voted on a FAC when they have made a comment that includes a bold Support, Oppose, or Comment, or when they have opened a level-4 section with a title that begins Comment.

For example, the level-4 sections are often titled "Comments from Mike Christie" or something similar; and a support edit could be "Everything looks good; '''Support'''. ~~~~".

One support case that might be hard to find is when someone edits this:

'''Comment'''

into

'''Comment Support'''.

I don't think this happens much but you might see something like it.

coldchrist commented Jul 22, 2016

Two slight tweaks to the second definition:

  • A user has voted on a FAC when they have made a comment that includes a bold Support, Oppose, or Comment, or when they have opened a level-4 section with a title that begins Comment.

For example, the level-4 sections are often titled "Comments from Mike Christie" or something similar; and a support edit could be "Everything looks good; '''Support'''. ~~~~".

One support case that might be hard to find is when someone edits this:

'''Comment'''

into

'''Comment Support'''.

I don't think this happens much but you might see something like it.

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Updated. Thanks for the comments!

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enterprisey commented Jul 23, 2016

Updated. Thanks for the comments!

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