We're running a Wiki in which (predominantly) students work on articles on scientific subjects. The articles are then used e.g. in student papers. We combined ArticleFeedback with quality criteria to ensure that the articles are of a certain quality (which allows you to use them in an academic context).
We now have - as usual in a Wiki, I suppose - some brilliant articles and some empty 'zombie files'. We don't want to delete them manually, but we want to use ArticleFeedback in the header of each rated article to display its quality. Is it possible to display the graph which ArticleFeedback creates or could we also use a text (e.g. 'Please consider this article's low rating. If you want support the Wiki, you can easily rework it.')?
Thank you for your help!