. Piotr, were you
able to get in contact with the author? If so, you might just ask for
the source code and then ask on the labs-l list to see whether anyone
would be willing to move it from Toolserver to Tool Labs:
help prevent this kind of difficulty.
Engineering Community Manager
On 06/14/2013 08:47 AM, Finn �rup Nielsen wrote:
The article behind WikiDashboard is this one:
Lifting the veil: Improving accountability and social transparency in
Wikipedia with WikiDashboard by Bongwon Suh, Ed H. Chi, Aniket Kittur,
Bryan A. Pendleton.
Suh, Chi andn Kittur are no longer at Park as far as I see. I can't see
Suh's email. Chi's is here: chi [at] acm.org
. He is also active on
See also http://neuro.imm.dtu.dk/wiki/Bongwon_Suh
On 06/14/2013 01:53 PM, Piotr Konieczny wrote:
> For the last week or so I am getting the following error when trying to
> use the http://wikidashboard.appspot.com/
tool: "403: User account
> expired. The page you requested is hosted by the Toolserver user
> wiki_researcher, whose account has expired. Toolserver user accounts are
> automatically expired if the user is inactive for over six months. To
> prevent stale pages remaining accessible, we automatically block
> requests to expired content. If you think you are receiving this page in
> error, or you have a question, please contact the owner of this
> document: wiki_researcher [at] toolserver [dot] org. (Please do not
> contact Toolserver administrators about this problem, as we cannot fix
> itonly the Toolserver account owner may renew their account.)"
> I've tried contacting the owner, and send an email to PARC
> <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PARC_%28company%29> (it's their project,
> per the logo seen at the project page ) through their web form, but so
> far - nothing. Can anyone help to contact them?
> The tool is useful not only for research (I've used and I am sure so
> have others here); it is also one of the tools used by Good Article
> reviewers (and linked from
> Why we allow toolserver tools used by the community to expire in such a
> confusing way is beyond me.
> Piotr Konieczny, PhD
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