This is a list of the stakeholders with some interest in ORES. Please add yourself to this list so that we may include you in discussions and decisions about our work, and update contact info when maintainers change.
This should be ordered by descending engagement and current activity level, which do not necessarily equate to the priority given in decision-making.
Public contact is where our dialogue should happen with each group of stakeholders. The ideal is for most of the people and organizations here to interact in a horizontal fashion with one another, perhaps using the ai@ mailing list.
|Wikimedia Scoring Platform team||Employees: Core developers of ORES.||email@example.com|
|Volunteer developers||"Employees": Participate in firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wiki liasons||Owner: Representatives and peers from each wiki integrating with ORES, who get the final say on what is deployed and which features are activated. Provide developers help with language and culture, and maintain bad words.||mass delivery?|
|WMF Collab team||Customer: Wrote and maintain Edit Review Improvements and Extension:ORES, which read the ORES API and cache scores in the MediaWiki database.|
|Tool developers||Customer: Consume ORES API.
List of bots using ORES
|Users||Customer: indirect contact, mediated by third-party UX. Feedback via surveys, web logs, bug reports, JADE.||-|
|Customer: Consumes our API from http://email@example.com|
|WMF Technology||Owner: Reporting unit for, sponsor of the Scoring Platform team.|
|Academic researchers||Customer: Pull bulk data from ORES and use it in research.
List of papers using ORES
|Wikimedia Deutschland||Owner: Sponsors ladsgroup, 2015 - current|
|Wikimedia Foundation||Owner: Employs halfak and awight, June 2017 - current|
|WMF Individual Engagement Grants||Grantmaker:
TODO: Port list of users.