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Wikidata interwiki to Wikidata transitionEdit
You signed up on Wikidata/Volunteers to help with the Interwiki to Wikidata transition. I wanted to get back to you about that. Have you already tried the demo? We are getting closer to an initial roll-out on the first Wikipedia and it'd be great if you could give it a try. Please do let me know about any problems you encounter. Thanks for your help :)
Wikimedia Travel Guide: Naming poll openEdit
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What is the basis of your opposition to Earned Public Reputation?Edit
I'm trying to understand the basis of your expressed opposition to the idea of EPR over at the Discussion tab of https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants_talk:IdeaLab/Multidimensional_EPR_(Earned_Public_Reputation). I think you are saying that it is hard to determine if an article is controversial only based upon rapid changes? In that case, I wonder how you would recognize a controversial article?
However, in the context of EPR the significant thing is that some particular person is prone to making such changes, is eager to take sides on such debatable issues. I'm actually unsure which dimension or dimensions would be best to represent that kind of person. Perhaps "excitable" where the negative side of that dimension is "calm"? Or perhaps "impartial" with a negative side of "biased" or "judgemental"? Another option would be a dimension about the likelihood of jumping to conclusions?
While your opposition may be well justified, I'm more interested in seeking ways to make the idea of EPR more clear so that it can be applied in useful ways. Shanen (talk) 22:55, 6 August 2018 (UTC)