I think that I'm following better now.
The extension option doesn't sound workable for what I have in mind. I'd
like the score to be visible without needing to be logged in, which I
believe means that the feature can't be conditional on having access to
The solution to click on a talk page link for an updated score sounds more
workable. It would be best if the score refreshed automatically every time
someone viewed the talk page for the purpose that I have in mind, but I
don't know what kind of performance penalty and computing resources that
would require. If either of those are nontrivial, then having a template on
the talk page that says something like "Score last refreshed on TIME DATE.
There have been X revisions since that time. Click here to update the
score" would be good for the use case that I have in mind.
On Mon, Aug 1, 2016 at 1:48 AM, Amir Ladsgroup <ladsgroup(a)gmail.com>
On Sun, Jul 31, 2016 at 8:16 AM Pine W <wiki.pine(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks for waiting. As I understand it, we have these options for making
the ORES scores visible on article talk pages:
1. A gadget
2. An addition to the ORES extension
3. A bot
Is that correct?
WP:WPP refers to WikiProject Philosophy; did you man something else or
am I misunderstanding the abbreviation?
My bad, I meant something like this:
I'm thinking that a gadget might be a
workable solution, but my
preference would be to have the score displayed on all article talk pages
automatically for everyone to see including readers who are not logged in.
A bot that posted scores to talk pages and updated the scores on a weekly
basis would be good for that purpose.
Both are possible solutions but as for bots. Updating the score for all
of a wikiproject (e.g. Wikiproject medicine has 35K articles) on
weekly basis is not efficient. That bot needs to do 35K edits every week
and it might make some people mad. We can have an initial release and
update it on demand (like adding a link to the score in the template. If
someone wants that score gets updated. Just clicks on the link and the bot
I'm unclear on how an addition to the ORES
extension would work; can you
explain further what that option would involve?
Adding it to the ores extension will make things much easier. You just
need to enable it in your beta features and then in the talk page or
action=info you will see the score. Implementing it is difficult due to
storage issues for the database and we might need to get operations
approval before continuing.
On Sun, Jul 24, 2016 at 11:29 PM, Pine W <wiki.pine(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Thanks for getting back to me. My mind is a little full at the moment,
and I have some deadlines this week, so it may take me a little while to
get back to you. But I'm flagging this conversation for follow up,
hopefully by the end of this week or early next week.
Thanks for your patience,
On Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at 9:59 PM, Amir Ladsgroup <ladsgroup(a)gmail.com>
> ORES has "article quality" models for English, Russian and French
> Wikipedia. There is a very short introduction in ORES
> description page.
> But if I want to explain it my way. It'll give you a prediction of
> class of the article (A, B, C, FA, GA, stub, start) for a given revision.
> For example for this revision
> that it's GA (which it is).
> The biggest use case for now is that people produce reports of
> articles needing re
> The other use case is list of popular articles that ORES thinks their
> quality is low
> Your use case about ORES prediction is valid the second part is a
> little bit complicated though. For the first part, we have either option of
> a gadget or adding it to the ORES extension. If it's very important to let
> everyone see the scores, we can write a bot to update reports weekly in
> English Wikipedia for articles in a certain Wikiproject and we use these
> data in the WPP templates. Which one do you think suits English Wikipedia
> On Sat, Jul 23, 2016 at 2:57 AM Pine W <wiki.pine(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi artificial intelligence people,
>> Are there baseline ORES scores available for articles? If so, I'm
>> thinking that it would be interesting to have the option to add a template
>> to an article's talk page that shows its ORES score as well as its ORES
>> percentile rank on a particular wiki.
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