if you go to http://wiki-trust.cse.ucsc.edu/index.php/Main_Page and click on Random Page, as Gregory pointed out, you can explore that Wikipedia demo more. Our trust is function both of the text "age" (how many times it has been revised), but also of the reputation of the revisors.
Let me also point out that our code base has much evolved since then. In particular, the latest release of WikiTrust adds:
My name is Avanidhar Chandrasekaran
I work with GroupLens Research at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
As part of my research, I am involved in analyzing the usefulness and
Necessity of author reputation in Wikipedia.
In lieu of this, I have simulated an Interface to color words in an article
based on their Age.
Being experienced contributors to Wikipedia, I invite you to participate in
this study, which involves the following.
1. Please visit the following Instances of wikipedia and evaluate the
interface components which have been incorporated into each of them. Each
of these use their own algorithm to color text.
a) The Wikitrust project
b) The Wiki-reputation project at Grouplens research
2) Once you have evaluated the two interfaces, kindly complete this survey
on Wikipedia quality
We hope to get your valuable feedback on these interfaces and how Wikipedia
article quality can be improved.
Thanks for your time
GroupLens Research, University of Minnesota
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