Global Data and Insights/Metrics/hu
Community Insights Metrics
- Ethnic minority group belonging and discriminated group belonging
- Race and Ethnicity in the US and UK
- Awareness and Affinity with the Wikimedia Movement
- A Wikimédia Alapítvány
- Communication from the Wikimedia Foundation
- Confidence in the Wikimedia Foundation
- Contributor Engagement
- Sense of belonging, having one’s voice heard in their community and the broader movement, and satisfaction with decision making
- A Wikimédia Alapítvány
- Safety & Inclusion
- Rules or laws which cause hesitancy to contribute
- Feeling unsafe or uncomfortable contributing to Wikimedia projects
- Harassment in Wikimedia spaces
- Knowing where to get help
- Confidence in getting needed support
- User conduct policies
- Role-specific questions asked of specific on-wiki contributors
- Newcomers’ ease of learning to edit
- Foundation Support
- Contributors' satisfaction with the Wikimedia technical environment
- Community and Newcomer Diversity
- Newcomer Empowerment and Support
- Community Belonging and Engagement
- Movement Leadership
- Safe and Secure Spaces
- Collaborative Engagement Metrics including: (Awareness of Self and Others, Collaborative Intention, Engagement, Fairness, Feelings of Belonging , Movement Leadership, Movement Strategy Leadership, Problem Solving & Negotiating)
- Diversity & Inclusion Metrics (Non-Discrimination, Inclusive Culture, Inclusive Interactions, Individual Commitment to Diversity, Leadership Commitment to Diversity)
A number of basic details about Wikimedia affiliates are now available in the Wikimedia Affiliate Data Portal including key metrics of:
- Counts of Active Affiliates by region or year
- Counts of memberships of Active Affiliates
- Categorical information about affiliate governance and decision-making structures as well as legal entity status
- GLAM & Education program reporting
Knowledge Gaps Index
see evolving measurement framework as to which of the following, and how they apply to the areas of contributor, consumer, or content gaps on Wikimedia:
- Socio-economic Status
- Cultural Background
- Sexual Orientation
- Information Depth
- Tech Skills
Knowledge Integrity Risk Observatory
- Community capacity: Pool of resources of the community.
- Community governance: Situations and procedures involving decision-making within the community.
- Community demographics: Characteristics of community members.
- Content verifiability: Usage and reliability of sources in articles.
- Content quality: Criteria used for the assessment of article quality.
- Content controversiality: Disputes between community members due to disagreements about the content of articles.
- Media: References and visits to the Wikipedia project from other external media on the Internet.
- Geopolitics: Political context of the community and content of the Wikipedia project.
Equity Lansdcape Metrics
An annual set of triangulated geo-based signal metrics and comparative ranks. These metrics are based on geography of readers, editors, program leaders, grantees, and affiliates as well as relevant global population statistics to understand challenges to diversity, equity, & inclusion in Wikimedia movement engagement within a global context.
Key metrics include Country or Regional rankings in:
- Overall Engagement
- Presence and/or Growth in 6 engagement domains (Reading, Editing, Program Leadership, Grants Leadership, Affiliate Leadership, Population)
- Enablement Indicators (Access, Freedom)