Over the years, the Mozilla Metrics team has been wanting to be more open with our data. We have some key metrics related to Firefox downloads and daily usage and our idea has been to make this data open to the entire community (and more broadly, to the entire outside world, e.g., for university researchers to use).
As an early step in that process, we’ve come upon one specific area where being more open should prove helpful. Working with Seth Bindernagel and the l10n team, we’ve created a set of custom reports that will be provided to Firefox localizers on a regular basis. The reports were recently launched and Seth has a full write-up highlighting the key components (e.g., locale and geo interactions). As an example, below is a portion of what pt-PT localizers receive.
Thanks to Pedro Alves and Seth, among many others, for their hard work.