Editors with the gadget installed will find the wiki labels "home" interface load as a single page app within en:Wikipedia:Labels or their local variant (if their wiki has been configured). This single page app will allow an editor to view active campaigns, request worksets and label revisions and other "tasks".
The system uses mw:Extension:OAuth to integrate with an editor's MediaWiki account. Actions performed in the wiki labels system will be associated with a user's centralauth account.
No installation necessary. Just point your browser to https://labels.wmflabs.org/ui/ and choose your wiki from the list.
Wiki labels is registered at translatewiki.net. Please see translatewiki:Translating:Revision_scoring to contribute translations.
Behind the gadget, a server manages "campaigns", "tasks", "worksets" and "labels". This server provides a Restful interface for accessing this data. There are 4 basic modules:
forms. The server also provides some user-facing services for designing new forms and access to a stand-alone gadget.
A form builder interface is provided for the development and testing of forms to support new labeling tasks. Forms fields are configured using a YAML format that reflects OOjs UI. Forms can be submitted for review.
In order to ease development and testing, we also provide access to the gadget via a single page app. If for some reason the on-wiki version of the gadget is malfunctioning, users can work from this interface.
/campaigns/ - Lists wikis with available campaigns.
/users/ - Provides access to data from the point of view of a user
/auth/ - Provides support for authentication of users.
/forms/ - Provides access to form configuration and internationalization
These forms can be loaded by the labels gadget.
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