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Edward Peschko wrote:
I was wondering if anybody had come up with a mod for mediawiki that
shows the volatility of a wiki page graphically - by some metric,
either by number of lines per week edited vs total length, number of
contributing editors, or some other such measure.
I guess what I'd like to see when I go to a wiki page is some idea of
stability - that I could look in the upper right hand corner and see
how many authors there were, how many reverts there were, or something
else that gave me at a glance how controversial a given topic was.
That'd be great; I remember seeing some ideas/demos like this at
Wikimania 2006 but I'm not sure any of those are still active.
There is a gadget/plugin thingy which shows historical editing patterns
which kind of relates to this, which I'm totally forgetting the name and
URL of right now. :P
- -- brion
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