We were way overdue for an update, so we just put one together. In the
last 3 months, we added new language support for Bengali, Greek, and Tamil.
New advance edit quality support for Albanian and Romanian. We cleaned up
the old 'reverted' models where better support is available. We're working
on moving to a new dedicated cluster. We improved some models by exploring
new sources of signal and cleaning datasets. We started work on JADE and
presented on The Keilana Effect at Wikimania.
Read more on our blog
On Sat, Jun 3, 2017 at 3:28 PM, Aaron Halfaker <aaron.halfaker(a)gmail.com>
> Hey folks,
> I'll be starting to post updates here on our new blog, but if you'd
> prefer to be notified via the mailing lists we used to post to, that's OK.
> I'll make sure that the highlights and the link to these posts gets pushed
> there too.
> We had a big presence at the Wikimedia Hackathon 2017 in Vienna. We kicked
> off a lot of new language focused collaborations (Greek, Tamil, Bengali)
> and we deployed a new Item Quality model for Wikidata.
> French and Finnish Wikipedias now have advance edit quality prediction
> ORES is available through api.php again via rvprop=orescores and
> Wiki labels now has a new stats reporting interface. Check out
> We had a major hiccup when failing over to CODFW, but we worked it out and
> ORES is very happy again.
> See more details on our new blog: "Score all the things"
> Principal Research Scientist @ WMF
> Head of the Scoring Platform team