six months ago, we asked you to release the jury tool code. It has become a
bottleneck and a distributed deployment would be simpler and easy to
One week ago, I asked you again what had happened with the code release,
with no answer from your side.
Now, you come here not to answer but to say that you're working in a
totally different issue (with, IMHO, no benefit for WLM or related
contests) and asking for support. I don't really understand your stance and
wonder, again, whether there's the slightest possiblity for you to release
the jury tool code. Is it a question of time, resources, willingness?
// M.A. Monjas
On Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 12:16 AM, Ilya Korniyko <intracer(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I have submitted a grant proposal on ScalaWiki data processing toolbox ,
and I am expecting feedback from you, as most of my Wikimedia work relates
to supporting WLE/WLM projects, various article contests etc.
I think that we need some kind of a universal toolbox to define and
execute processing of Wikipedia related data, as getting the right data
takes a lot of time and efforts, requires specific skills. The process
needs to be more universal and relatively easier.
In a nutshell: there is a lot of data out there. And I think it needs to
be accessible for everyone,
we do not need to create specific tool every time there is a new question
or data to look for.
Thank you for your support.
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