--- Comment #8 from Quim Gil <q...@wikimedia.org> ---
In a second look I have realized that the graphs at
http://korma.wmflabs.org/browser/scr-countries.html count reviews. I think it
would make more sense that they would count authors.
I mean, when it comes to organizations it does make sense to see which
organization is funding how much work, and it is good to count that work in
reviews. However, our interest in the location of contributors is based on the
people, less on the amount of reviews.
In the case of our community it is clear that most reviews come from USA and
Germany (when the devs fills their data) because this is where most WMF and
WMDE (professional, full time) developers are located. Still, if there are a
dozen of developers with just a bunch of commits in some other country we
definitely want to know. In this case, 10 developers with 5 merged commits each
has more relevance than a single developer with 50 commits.
Conclusion: it would be good to have the data based on authors. If you want to
keep the current graphs that is fine too.
When it comes to http://korma.wmflabs.org/browser/who_contributes_code.html ,
we will swap "Submitted per country (aggregated)" for the graph by people as
soon as it is available. But this is not a blocker for the KPI anymore, as
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