As part as the discussions about MoodleDocs, and Martin's message saying that we have to go forward (and not back), i think that we should also base our reflexions on real informations (about MoodleDocs).
So, i think it would be really usefull to know, for each Docs version (1.9 to 2.2, and also for each language, and dev), from where people are coming when viewing docs :
- directly from a Moodle site (docs link)
- from another Moodle Docs wiki page (wiki link)
- from another Moodle Docs wiki in another langage (interwiki link)
- from a link of a Moodle.org discussion (link to doc)
- from a search engine result page
- from another site (not a Moodle site)
- directly (bookmark, or typed in the browser)
If possible, these stats should exclude the parts done when updating wikis (reading before, updating and checking), or make them appear separatly (to know if only contributors are reading?)...
This could help to know "how" are the docs used, and what can be done in the future...
So, if (someone at) Moodle.org could check this in the logs, and tell us how Moodle Docs are used (even if not everything i talked about is possible), it would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance