2009/9/26 Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com>om>:
2009/9/26 David Gerard <dgerard(a)gmail.com>om>:
> de:wp manages about one third in the first hour.
That's really not
> enough unless there's sone urgent need to stop Wikipedia newbie
> editing dead.
No, IMO they have failed. It should be literally 100%
of edits reviews
in 5 minutes the vast majority of the time. I would set a target of
the lag on Special:OldReviewedPages should be less than 5 minutes 99%
of the time. If we fail to reach that target, we need to reduce the
number of articles we are using the extension on. I really think that
is achievable though, even with every article included - we already
have RC-patrollers checking most edits within a few minutes and this
extension would make it much easier to avoid duplicate effort. Do any
of the vandal-fighter tools (like Huggle) handle working through the
OldReviewedPages in order? (We need New Page patrollers to make sure
every new page gets its first review very quickly - they are usually
good at keeping on top of new pages.)
Those numbers would be a disaster. This I think is why the trial is so limited.