Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I disagree. I don't see why notability should be a
Notability might be the wrong word. 'Degree of interest' is perhaps
the more accurate term. No interest = no page views = no checks
for... topical completeness, bland writing, wandering organization,
politicized emphasis, or casual stigmatizing slander...
People should review edits in chronological order (for
sighting, anyway -
quality is different matter entirely).
You lost me at "people should," which, in contexts where the 'herding
cats' metaphor is relevant, is actually quite a misnomer.
RC patrollers on enwiki don't pick and choose
which edits to review, and I > can't see why dewiki would be any different.
RC goes by too fast to 'patrol,' so maybe there is some better word
for what humans are actually doing in that data stream. "Sampling,"
So don't forget to factor in the ratio between en.wiki's and de.wiki's
EPM counts - mod the IP to user/admin ratios for each.
"Burn it down,
'till the embers smoke on the ground..."