On Thu, Sep 15, 2016 at 10:29 PM, Ryan Kelly <rfke...@mozilla.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> We had our weekly FxA Product Meeting today, and the (MoCo-only, sorry!)
> video is available at:
> If you can't or don't want to watch the video, here's a summary of some
> of the features and issues we discussed:
> * We dug into a mysterious change in DAU on iOS, following up on
> the recent thread on the fxa-staff list. We've got an explanation for
> some of it but not all of it, so Alex is going to keep digging in.
> * The CDN feature card was officially moved to DONE \o/
> * The outcomes and metrics can be found in the feature doc at
> * There are open questions about why it didn't have has much
> of an impact as we'd hoped; let's make sure we file follow-up
> issues to track them.
> * The Password Blocklist feature card was officially moved to DONE \o/
> * We explained away the apparent 10% drop in registration success
> as a metrics artifact, not a regression in user-facing behaviour.
> * Unfortunately it doesn't seem to have been very successful in
> helping users make better passwords, but we don't have anything
> further we want to learn from this feature.
> * The sign-in unblock feature card has no outstanding design
> questions, so we've moved it into "building" \o/
> * We've got more and different metrics coming in about the sign-in
> confirmation feature. Unfortunately there's about a 10% difference
> in the completion rate reported in re:dash and the completion rate
> reported in kibana, so we've got more work ahead of us to try to
> explain this discrepancy.
> * Good progress has been made on the node4 upgrade
> * It's shipped in auth-server, and hopefully will ship for the
> other servers after the deployment of train-69.
> * The KPI Dashboards feature is powering forward and we're looking
> forward to some demos from Phil on Monday :-)
> * The first phase of the devices view should be ready to ship in
> early August, which will give us some initial metrics and let us
> know how much to invest in further iterations of this feature.
Is this meant to be early October?
> *Phew*. These hour-long product meetings are always packed to the brim
> with things to discuss, which is a little exhausting, but super
> valuable. Thanks to everyone who was able to join in!
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