The following assumes there is a reasonable number of hyperlinks that point back to any StackExchange site.
What can we do with a month's worth of StackExchange posts posted in the DMZ? I have no idea, but mining the metadata might give insight such as:
- Popular sister sites (Links to crypto, serverfault, stackoverflow)
- Upvotes / Downvotes of linked questions
- Aggregate tag count of linked Q's
- Activity / Views
We might discover that we use the chat room as an administrative way to maintain the site (no spam or off topic questions) or if we discuss hot & relevant questions or answers. Or if we're mostly posting jokes, and memes.
Maybe we are in the DMZ to talk about smart security questions during the school year and take off or fight spammers in the summers.
Top votes of linked questions
Closed Deleted votes>5 votes>10
May 3 1 9 11
June 10 1 1 0
July 12 0 0 0
Aug 4 3 1 1
Sept 1 3 19 3
Or we can think about a topic's popularity... besides "count", StackExchange links could highlight certain [tags], such as SSL, encryption, Cloud, or privacy. This would make old forum chats more relevant to the Q&A model of the SE network
TopTags of linked questions
Tag1 Tag2 Tag3
May SE/Programming Bitcoin/Hash SE/Privacy
June SE/Passwords SE/Mobile SE/VPN
July SE/HTTP SE/Wifi SE/XSS
Aug SE/PHP SE/OpenSSL SO/Encryption
Sept SE/VPN ServerFault/Windows Crypto/BearStuff
Note that above I referenced tags in other sites.
The only trouble I can guess is that the calculation of top tags would have to be refreshed since the +1 votes change over time.