Research:Wikimedia France Research Award/Voting results

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ProcessEdit

  • Each Wikimedian can vote for two papers max. End of the voting period March 11th, 2013.
  • After the closing of the poll, votes are tallied and papers are ranked (number one being the paper with the most votes…).
  • The Condorcet method is used to find the winner, with a condorcet with the jury ranking and the Wikimedian’s ranking. If there is a draw, the Wikimedian’s ranking prevails.

See all summaries of the papers here.

Jury ranking (8 voters)Edit

  1. Studying Cooperation and Conflict between Authors with history flow Visualizations
  2. DBpedia: A Nucleus for a Web of Open Data
  3. A Content-Driven Reputation System for the Wikipedia
  4. Creating, destroying, and restoring value in Wikipedia
  5. Can history be open source? Wikipedia and the future of the past

Wikimedians ranking (27 voters)Edit

  1. Can history be open source? Wikipedia and the future of the past
  2. 2 papers ex æquo : DBpedia: A Nucleus for a Web of Open Data, Creating, destroying, and restoring value in Wikipedia
  3. Studying Cooperation and Conflict between Authors with history flow Visualizations
  4. A Content-Driven Reputation System for the Wikipedia

Final ranking with the Condorcet methodEdit

4 papers ex æquo in the lead :

  1. Studying Cooperation and Conflict between Authors with history flow Visualizations ; DBpedia: A Nucleus for a Web of Open Data ; Creating, destroying, and restoring value in Wikipedia ; Can history be open source? Wikipedia and the future of the past
  2. A Content-Driven Reputation System for the Wikipedia

Voting resultsEdit

In case of a tie, the community's vote prevails to jury's vote, the winner is:

Can history be open source? Wikipedia and the future of the past