[Sugar-devel] Website Update for a/b testing
fidelis.peaceojemeh at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 02:29:58 EST 2018
This is a very good point! Alex, James and Samson thoughts about it?
For reframing content purposes.
On Fri, 21 Dec 2018 at 7:19 AM, Tony Anderson <tony_anderson at usa.net> wrote:
> I didn't read everything but it appears this has to do with
> www.sugarlabs.org and not Sugar.
> Our fundamental problem is the perception that Sugar is limited to the
> XO platform. Not only do we need to focus on Sugar for
> other platforms but on the basic question: What does Sugar offer that
> makes it a compelling choice for education in schools? Once that is
> decided, it would be appropriate to use the website to convey the
> message to the public.
> On 12/21/18 5:36 AM, James Cameron wrote:
> > Has this been done yet? It has been very quiet since I gave this
> > summary.
> > On Thu, Dec 13, 2018 at 08:06:44AM +1100, James Cameron wrote:
> >> Thanks.
> >> Gathering together the information so far;
> >> 1. meeting of community members during an oversight board meeting,
> >> chose a goal (A/B content testing), and a team of volunteers,
> >> 2. meeting of the team came up with several plans,
> >> http://meeting.sugarlabs.org/sugar-meeting/2018-12-09
> >> and an article on the value and process of A/B testing,
> >> https://circaedu.com/hemj/understanding-the-value-of-ab-testing/
> >> 3. Peace has forged ahead and made a mock-up of some design changes,
> >> Could the team please;
> >> - decide how to measure engagement; e.g. time on page, click-through
> >> to downloads; this is the metric,
> >> - begin to measure, to establish the baseline,
> >> - make some hypothesis,
> >> - establish which metrics will define pass or fail,
> >> - design an experiment,
> >> - run the experiment,
> >> - assess the results and come to a conclusion,
> >> - iterate back to the hypothesis step,
> >> I've turned on the GitHub Wiki feature for the repository
> >> https://github.com/sugarlabs/www-sugarlabs in case you'd like to use
> >> that for sharing your work in a central place. Otherwise you might
> >> use wiki.sugarlabs.org.
> >> Thanks for working on this!
> >> --
> >> James Cameron
> >> http://quozl.netrek.org/
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