As part of T137783, this ticket explores the idea of supporting contributions review in context by making use of the concept of review feeds.
- Encourage more constructive reviews By providing informa information about the changes in the context they happen, users may have a better understanding on the cause of mistakes and have the usual tools on wiki to interact with newcomers. Research suggests that separate tools focused on analysing diffs of changes in isolation may be discouraging reviewers from some of the positive on-wiki interactions with newcomers.
- Adapt to the reviewing task. Allow users to access the right tools depending on the current reviewing task (e.g., helping new users vs. fighting vandalism).
- Daily review Adriana decides to review good-faith newcomers making positive contributions. She is able to understand what they contributed and quickly thank them when appropriate or engage in conversations to help them when needed.
- Customisation. When reviewing damaging edits by newcomers, she finds herself leaving the same message to newcomers inviting them to the Teahouse. She is able to keep a quick shortcut to that action as a default option for the current type of contributions. In this way, reviewing these kind of edits becomes more efficient.
Contribution feeds and filters are presented similarly to T138935. In this case, the main difference is the use of a panel on top of the affected content of the change with options on how to display the content and the actions to apply.
Actions are customisable per feed. Since different feeds represent different reviewing activities, users can have close at hand the tools that make more sense. These catalog of available tools should be extensible for the different communities to adapt and extend the possibilities.