With the changes in the Code of Conduct and all the publicity around being unwelcoming. It feels like we've been on an express train of changes.
I could be wrong, but I suspect there's been a rise in comment flags on Stack Overflow (being a mod there). I haven't noticed a change on Pets.se (being a mod there), but it's a smaller site and may not be obvious. I'm wondering if there's been a rise across the network.
Are we able to get some statistics on the pattern of flagging since the welcoming blog in April this year?
With some key points to match significant points in time and track it for a while to come please?
It would also be useful to see flag types vs marked helpful/declined.
Can we also have a network overall and a split of the sites with the most significant flag loads?
Some key points could be:
Stack Overflow Isn’t Very Welcoming. It’s Time for That to Change.
Rolling out the Welcome Wagon: June Update
We'd like your feedback on our new Code of Conduct!
Welcome Wagon: Classifying Comments on Stack Overflow
The second draft of our Code of Conduct is available for feedback and review
Allow new users to flag comments on their own posts (for Stack Overflow only)
Updated comment flagging - Supporting the new Code of Conduct