|Resolved||Halfak||T172332 Early Aug 2017 Wikilabels Deployment|
|Resolved||Natalia||T171493 Change "yes/no" in damaging_goodfaith form to "damaging/good" and "good-faith/bad-faith"|
|Resolved||Natalia||T171497 Review training set to check strange examples of labels|
cat enwiki.labeled_revisions.20k_2015.json | grep '"damaging": false' | grep '"goodfaith": false' | wc 203 3213 37092
not-damaging and badfaith should be impossible and yet we have a *ton* of them in our dataset.
**a note to the design of the new buttons:
in addition to replacing yes/no with more informative signage, a would recommend to be also consistent in assigning left button to negative meaning and right button to positive (or vice versa; the keyword is consistency). What do I mean?
instead of having:
this should help users faster learn the buttons, save them confusion and improve the accuracy of labeling.