"Raising quality objective" of the 5 year strategic plan (help find info please)
I have been doing some analysis on article quality for En-Wikipedia.
Have just now read the 2011 Strategic Plan. I am looking for more information on the "raise quality" objective. Either in documents, pre-plan debates, or post-plan debates. (I did try searching, but could not find much meat.)
1. Definition of terms: Does raise high/very high to be an additional 25% reviewed mean (in effect) make the number of FAs and GAs be 1.25 times what they were in JAN 2011, by JAN 2016?
2. Is there some deeper discussion of methods (how we get there) than the few small paras on the strat plan document? I realize the actual methods will evolve and the Strat Plan document is more of a vision-y type thing, but perhaps in the strat plan development process there were more meaningful discussions, debates, etc. with some specificity?
3. Was there some debate over what the target should be? 25% increase sounds very timid actually. (It implies the rate of new quality articles actually dropping to half of what was done in 2001-2011.)
4. Also curious if a page view weighted quality increase was discussed at all, rather than number of articles? For instance, let's say on En-Wiki, right now 1% of page-views are looking at GA+ article...then the objective would be 1.25% views being of GA+. Still seems timid, but at least it would be reader oriented.
P.s. Hoping to be directed to threads or documents rather than starting a discussion here.