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Only for ended and serious wikipedia pages if is necessary

Please is very ridiculous authoritarian to much fast reversions

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EEggleston (WMF) (talkcontribs)

Is the page the right place to link?

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PrimeHunter (talkcontribs)

w:MediaWiki:Eri-rcfilters-beta-description-ores is displayed at w:Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-betafeatures. It and the various language versions have obsolete links on "ORES" to meta:Objective Revision Evaluation Service instead of mw:ORES. I'm an English Wikipedia admin and could create a local message there with the new link but a central fix for all wikis would be much better.

Quiddity (WMF) (talkcontribs)

Patch filed, thanks!

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MarcoAurelio (talkcontribs)

Is it possible to rebuild a 'reverted' model to finetune it or does it finetune itself and with the help of new labeled edits? Thanks.

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Sharing 'reverted' or 'damaging'/'good faith' across projects with the same language

MarcoAurelio (talkcontribs)

Hello. I was wondering if we could share the results of campaigns across projects in the same language. Spanish Wikipedia and Wikibooks, for example, both have the 'reverted' model already built, however the edit tagging is being very slow. Since we operate in the same language, I assume that we can share some things; right? If not, do we have to request a reverted model for each sister project/damaging-good faith for each project as well? Thank you.

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Patterns based on sessions from anonymous users?

QuimGil (talkcontribs)

(This is a question emerging from a discussion in Catalan Wikipedia.)

Imagine this situation: an anonymous (IP) user makes 5 edits during one session. They are all subtle vandalism, introducing wrong words and concepts that require certain knowledge to detect (i.e. that Town X is not in the coast).

Now imagine, that from these five edits, three are detected and reverted, but the other two still remain in place. It could be that the other two edits are legitimate, but chances are that the other two edits done by the same user in the same session are vandalism too, just not detected.

Is ORES analyzing this type of situations already? If not, is this a pattern that could be considered?

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Adamw (talkcontribs)


Hi, if you find yourself with a free moment, would you mind marking this page as ready for translation? (Really, I should just request pagetranslate privileges for myself on this wiki, cos I like to dabble in i18n code.) Thank you!

See also

Quiddity (WMF) (talkcontribs)

I've attempted to do most of the preparatory work (plus copyedits/fixes), but I'm not sure about a few translation items, such as whether or not to tvar the draftquality and other keywords, and whether to tvar some of those Enwiki links. So, I'll leave it for Amire80 to give a final pass through.

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EpochFail (talkcontribs)

Hey folks, I'm doing an experimental Reddit AMA ("ask me anything") in r/IAmA on June 1st at 21:00 UTC. For those who don't know, I create artificial intelligences that support the volunteers who edit Wikipedia like ORES. I've been studying the ways that crowds of volunteers build massive, high quality information resources like Wikipedia for over ten years.

This AMA will allow me to channel that for new audiences in a different (for us) way. I'll be talking about the work I'm doing with the ethics and transparency of the design of AI, how we think about artificial intelligence on Wikipedia, and ways we’re working to counteract vandalism. I'd love to have your feedback, comments, and questions—preferably when the AMA begins, but also on this Flow board.

If you'd like to know more about what I do, see my WMF staff user page, this Wired piece about my work or my paper, "The Rise and Decline of an Open Collaboration System: How Wikipedia’s reaction to popularity is causing its decline".

EpochFail (talkcontribs)

We're live!

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Halfak (WMF) (talkcontribs)

Watch this flow board to get notifications about updates related to ORES.

Halfak (WMF) (talkcontribs)

Also, check out our team's new home at mw:Wikimedia Scoring Platform team

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