[OSM-talk] Final results "lost mappers" task force
simon at poole.ch
Fri Aug 3 09:44:44 BST 2012
Non rigorous answer: less than a dozen I believe.
You naturally have to differentiate between "genuine" non-responders
which didn't respond because they didn't know (spam filter, invalid
e-mail address, e-mail account no longer in use and so on) and
decliners that didn't accept the CTs for tactical or other reasons. As
far as possible we avoided wasting time going after the later group and
they are not included in my numbers (a couple slipped through the cracks
but in general they didn't change their position).
Am 03.08.2012 10:26, schrieb Steve Bennett:
> On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 1:34 AM, Simon Poole <simon at poole.ch> wrote:
>> From an original 1014 contributors in the first group a total of 495
>> agreed, resulting in a nearly 50% success rate. Of the 2nd group of 959,
>> 362 agreed, giving a success rate of 38%. There was naturally some
>> acceptances in both groups that weren't directly attributable to our
>> efforts, but the residual acceptance rate before we started was very
>> near zero and continued to be so after April the 1st up to a final
>> effort just before the bot ran.
> Out of curiosity, do you have any figures for what percentage of
> contacted mappers chose to decline? (Obviously some proportion of
> those that took no action probably did so intentionally, knowing the
> consequences - but we won't know which).
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