[Foundation-l] Wikipedia colored according to trust
nawrich at gmail.com
Wed Dec 19 22:12:34 UTC 2007
I would really like to see this as a script that you can add to view
live the 'trust' of the current revision of every article. You could
even have cat:untrusted as a way of storing articles that are
candidates for revision. It looks like it has some issues as obviously
it can't evaluate actual text, or the weight/value of additional
contributions (which, regardless of their actual value, contribute to
the relative trust of the rest of the article). Still, pretty neat.
On Dec 19, 2007 5:03 PM, Luca de Alfaro <luca at dealfaro.org> wrote:
> Dear All,
> we have a demo at http://wiki-trust.cse.ucsc.edu/ that features the whole
> English Wikipedia, as of its February 6, 2007 snapshot, colored according to
> text trust.
> This is the first time that even we can look at how the "trust coloring"
> looks on the whole of the Wikipedia!
> We would be very interested in feedback (the
> wikiquality-l at lists.wikimedia.org mailing list is the best place).
> If you find bugs, you can email us at
> Happy Holidays!
> PS: yes, we know, some images look off. It is currently fairly difficult
> for a site outside of the Wikipedia to fetch Wikipedia images correctly.
> PPS: there are going to be a few planned power outages on our campus in the
> next days, so if the demo is off, try again later.
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