No worries. Glad to have your code out there. In a lot of ways, this
mailing list is a public record, so I wanted to make sure there was a good
summary of the state to accompany your announcement. I meant it when I
said that I'm glad you are working in this space and I look forward to
working with you. :)
On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 7:26 AM, Luca de Alfaro <luca(a)dealfaro.com> wrote:
Sorry, I meant to say: if there is interest in the
code for the Mediawiki
extension, let me know, and _we_ will clean it up and put on github (you
won't have to clean it up :-).
On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 7:25 AM, Luca de Alfaro <luca(a)dealfaro.com> wrote:
Thank you Federico. Done.
BTW, we also had code for a Mediawiki extension that computed this in
real time. That code has not yet been cleaned up, but it is available from
If there is interest, I don't think it would be hard to clean up and post
better to github.
The extension uses the edit hook to attribute the content of every new
revision of a wiki page, using the "earliest plausible attribution" idea &
algo we used in the paper.
On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 12:20 AM, Federico Leva (Nemo) <
Luca de Alfaro, 22/08/2015 01:51:
So I got inspired, and I cleaned up some code
that Michael Shavlovsky
and I had written for this:
Great! It's always good when code behind a paper is published, it's
never too late.
If you can please add a link from wikipapers:
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