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discussion on how we can use statistical methods to measure and improve the efficacy of http://freeCodeCamp.com
they don't send any message after 15 days of their last participation, we got that 721 of the total participants (1726) in the Gitter FCC/Help room wer considered active when observing activity during 2014-12-30 and 2015-08-16. Similarly, if we assume that a participant is a frequent one if he/she has at least 5 messages at different days, that number is drastically lower: only 308 people were considered as frequent visitors, visiting Gitter Help room to an average rate of 42% of the all days between their first and last message, being the longest stack 83 days long.
Hi people! (@dcsan and @SaintPeter)
It seems that:
Anyway, as I mentioned, there are a lot of "invisibles". I am personally not sure if an event-driven capture of data from the bot using google analytics will supply more info about no-actives, but certainly will let us know if those who are active are using the bot. I am not sure though... I think both analyses would give us a better picture about how some people use Gitter, but at the moment there is no info about all people using FCC.