Recently, I've been working with the mw:Collaboration/Team at the Wikimedia Foundation. They are working on improving reviewing interfaces in Wikipedia. ORES and the ORES review tool are obvious allies in this work. :)
Anyway, as a first step, they are designing and engineering an improved filtering interface for Special:RecentChanges. I'd like to invite them to incorporate this new review interface into the ORES review tool directly. That means all who have this the ORES beta feature enabled will suddenly get a new filtering interface once they are ready to deploy it (still TBD at this point). As this tool focuses on improving RecentChanges in ways that the ORES review tool does and beyond, you might think of merging these projects for some future deployment as the next major iteration on the ORES review tool.
While a change to RecentChanges filters might be a bit jarring to you, I think that integrating their work into ours as soon as possible is a good idea. My team (m:R:Revision scoring as a service) doesn't have that many resources to devote to the ongoing development and maintenance of the ORES review tool, while the Collaboration Team has designers and professional engineers working on this problem. By integrating with their work and handing off new development to them, we can spend more time focusing on making ORES predictions as good as they can be.
So, what do you think? Any concerns we should discuss? Regardless, there'll be announcements before we make any major changes.