Technologies communautaires/Outil Qui a écrit ça ?

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This page documents a project the Wikimedia Foundation's Community Tech team has worked on or declined in the past. Technical work on this project is complete.
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Voici la page de projet pour l’outil Qui a écrit ça ?, le vœu no 4 de la Consultation des souhaits de la communauté 2017 (précédemment appelé « Outil d’attribution » – Blame tool). Vous pouvez suivre cette page et être informé quand l’équipe Technologies communautaires commence à travailler sur ce vœu.

Le but de ce projet est de donner aux contributeurs la possibilité de facilement découvrir quel utilisateur est à l’origine d’une partie spécifique du texte, sans avoir à parcourir toutes les révisions dans l’historique. L’utilisateur devrait pouvoir indiquer le wiki, la page et la chaine de texte qui l’intéresse, et l’outil trouvera le diff spécifique dans lequel la chaine recherchée est apparue pour la première fois sur la page.

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February 26, 2020

The Who Wrote That? (WWT) tool is officially available as a Chrome and Firefox browser extension, and it is no longer in beta mode. For this reason, we are marking this project as complete. In addition, we have also conducted an investigation to determine if we can expand the accessibility of the tool to other wikis/languages or if it can be converted to a gadget. We have found that expansion may be possible, but it requires time and resources that are not immediately available to the Community Tech team. However, there may be opportunities for expansion in the future. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy the tool and that it helps simplify common editor processes. Thank you to everyone who helped us develop the tool!

January 13, 2020

I’m very excited to share a beta version of the Who Wrote That? tool, available as a Chrome and Firefox browser extension. With Who Wrote That? (WWT), you can find authorship information directly on Wikipedia articles. When you hover over content, the tool highlights all content by the same author. When you click on content, the tool identifies the author of the revision, along with revision details.

Currently, the tool is in beta mode, and we would love your feedback. There are still some minor bugs to fix (and please let us know if you find any!), but the tool is now functional. You can download the Chrome and Firefox extension, and documentation on the tool is available on the MediaWiki WWT page. The data and analysis in WWT come from the WhoColor API, developed by WikiWho, and the MediaWiki API.

We hope that WWT helps simplify editor processes and that you all enjoy using the tool. We'll also ping voters on the Talk page, so we can begin collecting feedback. Thank you, everyone!

10 septembre 2019

Nous sommes heureux de vous faire savoir que le travail de développement a commencé ! Les retours sur la page de discussion ont été incroyablement utiles ; ils nous ont aidé à réfléchir sérieusement à divers cas d’utilisations de l’outil. Nous avons aussi intégré certaines des recommandations de la page de discussion (comme l’affichage du résumé des modifications dans la boite surgissante de détails sur la révision) dans le cahier des charges du projet. Au fur et à mesure que nous développerons l’outil, nous vous partagerons pour sûr d’autres informations. Entre-temps, nous vous encourageons à jeter un coup d’œil sur certaines de nos tâches de travail (liées à Qui a écrit ça ?) sur Phabricator.

19 juin 2019

Bonjour ! L’équipe Technologies communautaires est prête à démarrer le travail sur ce projet. Nous avons préparé une maquette interactive pour que vous puissiez tous y jeter un œil. Pour l’activer, suivez la boite surgissante et cliquez sur le lien Who wrote that (« Qui a écrit ça ? ») sous le menu Tools (« Outils ») dans la barre latérale. Cliquez ensuite sur le mot Henry (milieu du deuxième paragraphe) ou bien sur Mother (« mère », dernière ligne du deuxième paragraphe) pour voir comment cela fonctionne. Dans l’implémentation, cliquer sur n’importe quel mot vous montrera des informations sur les auteurs, mais pour la maquette nous n’avons pas pu le faire pour tous les mots. Nous attendons vos remarques sur la maquette et sur le processus d’activation et de désactivation de l’outil. Merci.

27 mars 2019

Ce projet est mis en courte pause, le temps que nous mettions en place un prototype interactif et y effectuions des tests utilisateur. Dès que le prototype sera disponible, je publierai un lien ici afin que tout le monde puisse le voir.

20 février 2019

We have a mockup ready for what the feature will look like, once complete. You can see it below. The colors and fonts you see in the mockup are only meant to indicate that it is a rough design. The main workflow we are looking at for this tool is:

  1. On a given page, the user can click a button (or link) to enter the "Who Wrote That" mode, where they will be able to use the feature
  2. The user can click on any word and it will be highlighted, along with any other words that were added in the same diff.
  3. A popup will be shown with the following information:
    1. Name of the user who added the word
    2. Link to the diff where the word was added
    3. Timestamp of when it was added
    4. Links to the user's contributions and talk pages

Note: We may end up adding more or less information than what's listed above. We are in the process of figuring out what is feasible and what isn't, from a technical standpoint.

Please leave feedback and comments on the talk page.

January 15, 2019

We're getting the ball rolling on this project now. We are in the research phase of the project and are looking into using WikiWho/WhoColor as a starting point for creating this tool.

March 16, 2018

No progress has been made on this project. We are still focusing on completing other Wishlist projects at the moment before we start anything new. This is next up and we anticipate to begin development in April or May 2018.

February 23, 2018

We took this investigation out of our sprint, as we want to limit our projects in process by completing what's already started before starting anything new.

February 21, 2018

Our investigation (T184144) is in our current sprint and we hope to complete it by the end of February. Once the investigation has been complete we can proceed with deciding to improve an existing tool or creating a new tool.

Jan 2, 2018

First discussion with the team.

As noted in the discussion and voting, there are some existing tools.

  • WikiBlame tool by Flominator
  • WikiWho by faflo, maribelacosta, bitnik
  • There was a Blame feature in the previous version of XTools that was decommissioned in the recent update.

The task for this wish is to figure out what works and what doesn't with the existing tools, and either fix or rewrite one.

WikiBlame tool could use some UI help -- the results are presented in a confusing way.

Do we build this on Toolforge or as an extension on wiki? It's an expensive inquiry, and it'll involve caching lots of data to be performant. This would probably be easier on Toolforge.

What's not working about the existing tool? Accuracy, speed? On an initial test, it performs on some queries and bails on others.

Also: we should figure out another name for it. "Blame" comes from version control on Git -- it's developer humor which won't necessarily translate to other users, especially across languages. "Praise tool" was suggested. We may want something that's more descriptive of what the tool is used for.

Investigation ticket: T184144

13 décembre 2017

L’équipe va commencer à étudier ce projet début 2018. Si vous avez des suggestions ou questions, vous pouvez écrire ce à quoi vous pensez sur la page de discussion !

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