Create a tool to test the quality of section recommendations by collecting binary feedback from experienced editors as whether a section recommended for an article is a good/correct section to be recommended or not.
|Resolved||leila||T171226 [Objective 9.1.3] Recommender system evaluation|
|Resolved||Pirroh||T174738 Make a tool to test the quality of section recommendations|
Michele Catasta built this tool and we tested in in Wikimania. The tool lived at http://126.96.36.199/ I'm checking with Michele to see if we can keep it up, or get some screenshots of it, at the very least. (Michele is not on phab, so I assigned this task to myself, which is not correct.:)
Re. engineering: as of now this is a very small hack, and the only reason why it went down is our bad luck with Azure.
I guess we can let Baha go full throttle on the extended GapFinder app -- we'll consider escalating this issue to engineering only if the tool will realistically get way more traffic than we expect now (i.e., just a few tens of editors).
no. in incognito and with hard refresh it still demonstrates the same problem: it takes a long time to load the page and it eventually shows time out. Can it be that you're reading from cache?