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User reporting system consultation 2019

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Considerations about a User reporting system for harassment

Ініціатива здоров'я спільноти Фонду Вікімедіа планує розробити і впровадити нову систему скарг користувачів для полегшення способів, у які люди, що зіткнулися з переслідуваннями та іншими формами зловживань, можуть надати відповідну інформацію доречним каналом, щоб вжити заходів.

Багатофазова консультація щодо системи користувацьких скарг триватиме з лютого до червня 2019 року. Консультація збере відгуки від якомога більшої кількості груп в межах спільноти Вікімедіа: від різноманітних вікіпроектів Вікімедіа, від людей з різноманітними ролями, від людей, що живуть у різних культурах та географічних місцевостях.

Особливо важливо дізнатися про різні позиції людей, що стали цілями переслідувань, людей, яких звинувачували в цьому, та тих людей у русі Вікімедіа, які зараз займаються скаргами щодо переслідувань і зловживань.

Відгуки збиратимуться різноманітними способами, у тому числі через коментарі у вікі, приватні електронні листи, через інтерв'ю з користувачами, у живих фокус-групах.

Ціль

The high level goal of this project is to build a new harassment reporting system that produces higher quality reports that can be successfully processed and does not further alienate victims of harassment.

Очікуваний результат Консультації щодо користувацьких скарг 2019

By the end of this consultation, the Community health initiative will have an overall direction for a single feature or group of features that a software development team will be able to build starting in July 2019. We'll have a rough agreement with content contributors and movement organizers across multiple languages of Wikimedia projects about the direction the project will take.

The result will not be a complete, detailed product specification or the introduction of a fully formed new policy, processes or workflows. Detailed plans will be developed over time with continued consultation with the community of users.

By the last phase of the consultation, we'll be able to answer these questions:

What are the the essential components of a user reporting system? Which of these are missing from current method of handling cases of harassment?
Will we build one feature, or more than one?
Will some aspects of the user reporting that we build be public and other aspects be private?
What are the important open questions that the product team should investigate and test prior to starting development?

Процес

Our process has four overlapping parts:

  1. Research Wikimedia Foundation researcher Claudia Lo will lead research about current reporting workflows on Wikimedia projects and do a comparative analysis of user-to-volunteer reporting systems of online platforms, including Wikipedia. Additional research topics will emerge from on wiki discussions.
  2. Discuss Research will help inform and compliment the global community wide consultation about harassment reporting.
  3. Design When there is a solid understanding of what tool(s) or system(s) that are needed we will create several designs or prototypes to illustrate and test the leading ideas. We'll share these publicly for feedback to determine the best possible solutions.
  4. Build or assemble When we're confident that we've identified the best possible ideas to allow users to report other users for abusive behavior, our software development team will build the new tools. The Community health initiative will work with the community to advance any social or cultural type changes.
Timeline for the discussion and design phase of User reporting system
Фаза Дата Процес
Phase 0 - Planning & Research July 2018 - February 2019 Gathering preexisting consultations, doing preliminary research, cross Wikimedia Foundation department coordination.
Phase 1- Community Consultation; Set framework & call to participate February 15 - March 15 Getting the word out, form focus groups, identify volunteer liaisons for wikis and affiliates, offer existing research for review, explain scope of the project and decision making, solicit feedback about the process
Phase 2- Community Consultation; Options April 1 - April 30 2019 Gather and present to the community the existing options, collect new ideas, solicit feedback. Create a list potential options for more in depth legal & technical analysis and focus group review.
Phase 2.5 Analysis and winnowing of options May 1- June 30 Focus group, User interviews, business case, prioritization
Phase 3 - Community Consultation; Summary of options and prioritization July 1 Present a direction forward with the product(s) prioritized for development by Anti-Harassment Tools team and the next steps for other non technical solutions.
Phase 4 - Transition to software development and reorg community policy or processes July 2019 - ? Transition to software development on Phabricator and Meta Community health initiative pages project pages. Further explore the role of volunteers working with in the system and how reports can escalate to different levels.

Give feedback about the consultation, design and development process

Please read this page and provide feedback on the overall process for this User reporting system consultation. Tell us what's missing or unclear. Suggest more ways to include more parts of the on wiki community and the larger Wikimedia movement.

Leave feedback about the consultation process.


Рішення

To make a good decision about a new user reporting system it is essential to listen and learn from you and the rest of the Wikimedia movement. We are genuinely seeking to understand and take into account the feedback we receive. However, the final decision about the type of software to support and Trust and Safety approaches will be made by the Wikimedia Foundation, after consideration of all the available information and the Wikimedia movement's 2030 strategic direction.

Місцеве самоврядування вікі

The Wikimedia Foundation’s general approach, as described, in the Terms of Use, section 10, is to respect local self-governance of the volunteer communities it supports where possible. This approach, in which we partner with community members rather than seeing them as customers, does differentiate our methods from those of most other large websites’ Trust & Safety approaches.

While the Wikimedia Foundation's Community health initiative will make the final decisions, we are entering this process with a strong interest to learn about existing community practices for handling cases of harassment and other types of abusive user conduct. It is essential for a new user reporting system to integrate into the local wiki methods of self-governance. Local policies remain primary on all Wikimedia projects, as explained in the Terms of Use, and Trust and Safety office actions are complementary to those local policies.

Підрозділ довіри і безпеки Фонду Вікімедіа

There are some rare instances when Wikimedia Foundation Trust and Safety will take actions to protect the safety of the community and the public. This happens where actions on local community governance level are either insufficient or not possible. There may be some rare cases where the Wikimedia Foundation must override local policy, such as to protect the safety of the Wikimedia communities or the public. See Trust & Safety Office actions for more details.

Підхід до прийняття рішень

There may be difficult decisions to make about about which software features to prioritize and how to allocate resources toward other aspects of a user reporting system. When it comes time to make a decision, all valid options will be weighed by the following criteria:

  • Which option(s) most aligns with Wikimedia movement values?
  • Which option(s) is most in alignment with Strategic Direction of Knowledge Equity?
  • Which option(s) most aligns with the goal "to build a new harassment reporting system that produces higher quality reports that can be successfully processed and does not further alienate victims of harassment."
  • Which option will result in more accessible user experience, for anyone on any device?
  • Which option will result in a more sustainable product that will be resilient to changing technologies, evolving use cases, and user expectations?
  • Which option(s) do not introduce undue risk for achieving our project goals?

Допоможіть нам поширити інформацію

The success of this project depends on collecting ideas and feedback from people with a variety of different roles in the Wikimedia movement.

  • Translate this consultation page.
  • Sign up to volunteer to share information about this consultation on your wiki or to your Wikimedia affiliate organization.


Приєднайтеся до фокус-групи

In order to collect ideas and feedback from people with a variety of roles and experiences in the Wikimedia movement, a focus group(s) will be formed.

Дізнайтеся більше про дослідження щодо систем користувацьких скарг

The Community health initiative, lead by Wikimedia Foundation researcher Claudia Lo, is conducting research projects related to user reporting systems.

The findings generated from this research will guide this and ongoing community consultations, inform product decisions, as well as provide a more thorough understanding for wiki communities about how reporting systems operate compared to other Wikimedia communities and other online platforms.

Огляд системи скарг в енвікі

 
Enwiki Reporting system summary

It is available as a summary report, with an accompanying diagram of formal reporting spaces on English Wikipedia.

This project provides a summary of existing reporting systems, both formal and informal, that exist on English Wikipedia. It also defines some key terms for future conversations in this topic, such as involved users, the difference between formal and informal systems, and language for discussing broader concerns of community values and issues of labour. We find that some key issues with the current reporting system include its difficulty of access, eroded trust in current systems, the unstructured nature of noticeboards, and the clash between a desire for transparency and concerns over safety and privacy. We also find that informal systems, relying on existing relationships between editors, serve as an ad hoc private reporting system, as well as a complimentary structure to formal systems that can guide reporters through the often-tricky process of going through the official reporting procedures.

User-to-volunteer reporting system rubric

This project took place over February 2019, and produced both a summary report, and an accompanying detailed report.

On Wikipedia, most content and conduct disputes are handled by groups of volunteers. Accordingly, reports of such disputes are first routed to them, and only in cases of immediate danger or outsized harm do reports bypass this volunteer system and go directly to the Foundation’s Trust & Safety team. At this stage in our ongoing project on creating a reporting systems for Wikimedia projects, we could learn from investigating peer platforms’ implementation of private reporting systems. Not only could this comparison provide interesting design examples for us, new editors' expectations for reporting systems are being shaped by the reporting systems they encounter elsewhere online.

Though many platforms online incorporate some form of reporting system, these typically channel user reports directly to an in-house or contracted team of employees. This makes them most analogous to the use of the emergency wikimedia.org reporting channel. However, this makes them different to the types of reporting systems to which our community is accustomed, and thus the types of reporting systems we will be expected to use as a basis for design.

By conducting a review of existing best practices documents and research on this subject, we can create an assessment rubric to evaluate private peer-to-volunteer reporting systems. Some of the most prominent platforms using such a system include Reddit and Facebook Groups. We can run these platforms through this rubric, and additionally compare the current state of Wikipedia’s reporting systems, for a comparative understanding of these mechanisms.

Попереднє дослідження

 
Enwiki Reporting system workflow

The Wikimedia Foundation's Anti-Harassment Tools team wants to better understand these existing systems to identify any pain points or shortcomings that we can address with improved software. Our research will heavily focus on English Wikipedia as the largest wiki community but we aim to build a tool that can be used by any wiki of any size. Research completed to date includes:

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