[Talk-GB] liam123's latest
me at chrisfleming.org
Fri Sep 18 00:30:39 BST 2009
I would be tempted to go for a name such as talk-quality or similar for
the list as that isn't as prescriptive as talk-moderation
I would subscribe, time to read and reply is a wholly different question :)
On 17/09/09 15:13, Peter Miller wrote:
> On 17 Sep 2009, at 14:48, Matt Williams wrote:
>> 2009/9/17 Peter Miller<peter.miller at itoworld.com>:
>>> On 17 Sep 2009, at 14:30, David Earl wrote:
>>>> On 17/09/2009 14:30, Peter Miller wrote:
>>>>> Possibly a different name would be clearer
>>>>> talk-Counter_vandalism_tools, but that is getting a bit long. Any
>>>>> other ideas or feedback?
>>> Not very inclusive. I want it to also cover 'patrol' software to spot
>>> suspicious sorts of dicking around, such as a new contributor
>>> moving a
>>> bunch of nodes that have been in one place for a length of time.
>>> Looking for offensive phrases in tags. Users who have recently had
>>> work reverted who make new edits. Possibly methods of rating
>>> contributors with white lists for users who don't get reverted and
>>> have been editing for some time etc.
>> talk-moderation or talk-moderation_tools? Since this all falls under
>> the umbrella of moderating the edits being made.
> Sounds good to me.
> 'talk-moderation' is short, and makes it clear that it covers all
> aspects of both the technology and the associated social side of
> managing contributions. Some people may think it is the place to
> complain about every bad edit, but we can deflect those requests with
> a good wiki.
> The other question though:-
> 1) Would you support the existence of such a list?
> 2) Would you join it?
> If no one supports it or would join it from talk-gb then I won't
> progress the idea any more!
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