Success criteria for a Statipedia pilot project

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With this list we're not setting a specific bar, but rather illustrating the kinds of things we can report on after a year. We do not prejudge what our managers want to do at that time.

  1. a dozen active contributors;
  2. 100 logins to interested readers ;
  3. 1000 plainly useful pages (meaning a user could demo them and it would be clear to a member of our community why the page is useful) ;
  4. no coercion or extraordinary inducements
  5. high morale
  6. low levels of conflict (taking as given that this is a system for CHANNELING conflict constructively) ;
  7. near-zero expenses ;
  8. effective process for extending and using functionality (add-ons)
  9. no rule-breaking (e.g. inappropriate content online ; sharing of a login id)
  10. it was useful to somebody – e.g. we get a fan letter from a new person
  11. new users do not need to invest a lot to use it (training is effective, or not needed) (goal: easy to learn & easy to use)
  12. works adequately with existing systems (interoperability)
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