Page Triage/status

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Last update on: 2012-07-monthly

2012-03-01[edit]

Team was in training last week. They did some cleaning of ACW and well as defining the possible first few iterations on NPT designed to address the low-hanging features that are pain points for the Page Patrollers

2012-03-06[edit]

The project has been renamed Page_Triage from New_Page_Triage going forward, so the initial is "[1]" or just "The Cruiser." There are going to be two groups of sprints. The first set will implement the stuff that's already been decided, while Brandon works on another design revision and Oliver shops that around with the community. The first set will probably consist of a pro to-sprint followed by 4 releases to prototype for feedback: starting with groundwork and basic page list and finishing to zoom-into-article view, etc. The second set will be after a different project release cycle after real-world feedback.

Team has provided the stuff to work on for the proto-sprint which is the groundwork: Ryan is working on the page list, Benny is working on the API, and Ian is working on the locking mechanism.

2012-03-31[edit]

This month, the new editor engagement team developed the first prototype of Page Triage, which provides an enhanced list of articles to be triaged by community patrollers. Benny Situ completed APIs for retrieving metadata about articles and their authors, while Ian Baker and Ryan Kaldari developed new features for the list view enabling users to see that article metadata, working with new designs by Brandon Harris. Oliver Keyes acted as community liaison and Fabrice Florin managed this project with Howie Fung. Current goals for this project are to complete development of the list view in April, and start development of advanced features like the zoom view, for release in May.

2012-04-monthly[edit]

The editor engagement team continued to develop its prototype of Page Triage, which provides an enhanced list of pages to be reviewed by community patrollers. Benny Situ, Ian Baker and Ryan Kaldari developed new features for the list view of this feature, while Brandon Harris designed a new curation bar to appear on the article pages. Oliver Keyes acted as community liaison and Fabrice Florin managed this project with Howie Fung. Current goals are to complete development of the new curation toolbar in May, and deploy an integrated release version the following month, along with the Article Creation landing system. The latest prototype is available on Wikimedia Labs; our first incremental deployment to the English Wikipedia is planned for the first week in May.

2012-05-monthly[edit]

Ryan Kaldari, Benny Situ, Ian Baker, Brandon Harris, Oliver Keyes, Fabrice Florin and Howie Fung deployed the first prototype of a list view for Page Triage on the English Wikipedia. This new tool, called New Pages Feed, provides an enhanced list of pages for review by community patrollers. The team started work on a new curation toolbar to appear on article pages, enabling patrollers to get more article info, mark pages as reviewed, tag them or nominate them for deletion. Current goals are to complete development of this new curation toolbar this month, then deploy an integrated release version the following month, along with the Article Creation landing system. Check out the current prototype on the English Wikipedia, as well as the latest version, now under development on Wikimedia Labs.

2012-06-monthly[edit]

Ryan Kaldari, Benny Situ, Fabrice Florin, Oliver Keyes, Brandon Harris, Vibha Bamba and Howie Fung deployed an updated version of the New Pages Feed (formerly called Page Triage) on the English Wikipedia. This new tool provides an enhanced list of pages for review by community patrollers. The team also deployed the first version of a new curation toolbar to appear on article pages, enabling patrollers to get more article info, mark pages as reviewed, or tag them. We plan to complete development of the full curation toolbar this month (including tools to nominate articles for deletion and send WikiLove to page creators), then start integrating it with the Article Creation landing system. Check out the current prototype on the English Wikipedia, as well as the latest version on Wikimedia Labs. (Tech tip: if you are an auto-confirmed editor, click "Review" on any unreviewed article shown in red on New Pages Feed and add "?curationtoolbar=true" to the URL.) Please report any bugs on Bugzilla.

2012-07-monthly[edit]

Ryan Kaldari, Benny Situ, Fabrice Florin, Oliver Keyes, Brandon Harris, Vibha Bamba, Terry Chay and Howie Fung deployed an updated version of the new Page Curation product (formerly called Page Triage) on the English Wikipedia. This new product includes two main features: 1) the New Pages Feed, a dynamic list of new pages for review by community patrollers; and 2) the Curation Toolbar, an optional panel on article pages, which enables editors to get page info, mark a page as reviewed, tag it, mark it for deletion, send WikiLove to page creators -- or jump to the next page on the list. This month, we completed development of all key curation tools and are now adding a couple final features (such as the ability to send a personal note to page creators, to give them helpful tips and let them know their page has been reviewed, tagged or nominated for deletion). We now plan to pre-release Page Creation on the English Wikipedia in mid-August -- with a full release in September 2012. Check out the current beta version on the English Wikipedia, as well as the latest version on Wikimedia Labs. (Tech tip: if you are an auto-confirmed editor, click "Review" on any unreviewed article shown in red on the New Pages Feed; until the product is pre-released, please add "?curationtoolbar=true" to the URL, in order to see the Curation Toolbar.) Please report any bugs on Bugzilla.