Some of you may have noticed we had a community evaluation last week. Here are the results. You can comment in this thread.

Ex Sa NI sc
 23  16  1  22   Would Harry still be a Parselmouth at the end of the Deathly Hallows?
 28  17  1  27   How did the Millennium Falcon get from Hoth to Bespin without hyperdrive?
 29  15  0  29   Where did J.R.R. Tolkien state that Arwen suggested that Frodo be allowed to sail West?
  8  27  5   3   Do Powell and Donovan experience relativistic time dilation, in 'Escape!'?
 15  22  7   8   What's the range of Magneto's powers?
  6  20  9 ‒3   Who is to credit for Aaron Satie's wisdom?
 34  15  1  33   What does Yoda wear around his neck?
 25  19  2  23   Comic female protagonist, pretty sure a goddess?
 12  19  4   8   How can the prophet fail to anticipate some events?
 22  14  0  22   Fringe: how could September or any other man from the future catch gun bullets in the air?

Ex/Sa/NI: number of “excellent/satisfactory/needs improvement” ratings
sc: total score

  • What does this mean in terms of the site, and how do we compare to other SE sites? Feb 12, 2013 at 1:36
  • @aSlytherin I don't know about comparisons between sites, I only have the figures for a few and the sample sizes are small. Overall it looks like we consider that we did very well for 6 questions, ok for 3 and bad for 1. Nobody seems really sure of how to interpret these results for a graduated side, this was more of an experiment.
    – user56
    Feb 12, 2013 at 1:44
  • I forgot; Do the ratings refer to the quality of the question or the answers?
    – bitmask
    Feb 22, 2013 at 19:59
  • @bitmask Both. Basically: Ex=you can't find it elsewhere; Sa=you won't be disappointed; NI=skip it.
    – user56
    Feb 22, 2013 at 22:48
  • @Gilles: I was just wondering how much I am to blame (myself) for us receiving one "crap" evaluation. The question itself seems decently up-voted with +9-0 votes, which doesn't seem to match the eval result.
    – bitmask
    Feb 25, 2013 at 20:45
  • @bitmask You mean this question? I think the question is fine, but the answer doesn't seem authoritative.
    – user56
    Feb 25, 2013 at 20:48


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