Page MenuHomePhabricator

Display filtered data in different categories
Closed, ResolvedPublic

Description

When a user searches filters the data in a particular way, data could (feel free to discuss) be returned in three categories. The following suggestion makes most sense when only filtering for a URL pattern. The 2nd and 3rd columns wouldn't be useful for a page or username filter, respectively.

  • A chronological list of links added during the time frame
    • Columns: Date/time added, Language Wikipedia, Article name (link), User name (link), full URL, link to Diff
  • A list of where most links were added in the time frame
    • Columns: Article name (link), number of links added, link to or dropdown list of links
  • A list of users who added most links in the time frame
    • Columns: User name (link), number of links added, link to or dropdown list of links

These lists should be customisable to show additions, removals, or both

Event Timeline

Samwalton9 updated the task description. (Show Details)

@MER-C Do you think this would be sufficient? I took your comments from T118042 into consideration here.

MER-C added a subscriber: Beetstra.Dec 6 2016, 2:39 AM

Sounds good to me.

@Beetstra: comments?

If I understand it correctly, thse are basically giving the possibility to search 'by link/domain', 'by username/IP' or by 'pagename', right? That sounds about the most important, the first two is how we generally search, we either know the domain and find the spammers, or we know a spammer and want to find the domains. The third one is useful to monitor typical pages soammers would hit. System should be designed in such a way that the three searches can link to each other: if I am looking at a list of additions of a certain domain, with 3 different users adding them, I should have for each user a link to the 'search for this user', so I can snowball quickly.

I presume this is single wiki, do we need a tool like Luxo's for cross-wiki, or is that easy to do?

(Oh, I am looking forward to have/design a tool to blacklist directly from one of these search pages ...)

Having a "filter for this user" button in the interface is definitely a good idea.

Not sure exactly how the cross-wiki aspect of this will work. Ideally I think the Schema would be deployed on all projects and languages (assuming that's feasible), and then wiki would be another filter.

Samwalton9 closed this task as Resolved.Jul 31 2019, 12:54 PM
Samwalton9 claimed this task.