Right now, the porcupine graph of tree progress is overly pessimistic.
Let's add a knob to make it ignore some missing strings.
I'll do that experimental for now, just a hidden parameter so that we can work on the interaction and chat about the right value.
I'll also do a static number across time, which won't be totally perfect. Much better would probably be "ignore missing strings for a week" or some other timewindow, but that would require new data, i.e., we had to have hard data on strings added and removed over time.
Just a number is simple enough, and might be useful.
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> I'll also do a static number across time
Can we make the static number easily changeable in the UI?
http://hg.mozilla.org/l10n/django-site/rev/eef8755d3205 has the initial work.
Leaving open and moving to a P3 to figure out a better UE, including "easily changeable".
I also added a "hideBad" option, so that we can focus on good, which tweaks black to green, too.
Tip: picking a number based on the latest histogram to ignore is a good idea for the graph.
http://hg.mozilla.org/l10n/django-site/rev/d05856f52646 and bug 595536 are good enough, marking FIXED.