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TEST: Ask community about tagging article complexity
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Testing ("what must be true" for strategy to work: The community or AI is able/willing to generate content at all levels of complexity
Objective: Gauge interest or resistance

Test: Email wikitech-l and wikimedia-l describing the simple-moderate-complex content tagging concept

If/Then Hypothesis: If feedback is positive, then the community will welcome it

Standard of Proof: The ratio of feedback is 10:1 (positive+neutral:negative)"

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JKatzWMF renamed this task from STRATEGY TEST: Ask community about tagging article complexity to TEST: Ask community about tagging article complexity.Dec 11 2015, 9:38 PM
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If "tagging article complexity" is something affecting workflows of non-developers on specific wikis and if you plan to gather feedback from non-developers (that's unclear to me - please define the target group), then each "the community" can way more likely be reached on their specific wiki than on two global mailing lists with clear developer focus.

Edit: Whoops, I read "mediawiki-l" instead of "wikimedia-l" in the task description, so my "clear developer focus" above is wrong.

this came out of an old strategy session

JKatzWMF changed the task status from Invalid to Declined.Mar 19 2020, 5:21 PM