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Request two new tag #wikiloop #wikiloop-battlefield
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Dear team,

I'd like to request two new tags related to tools we built #wikiloop #wikiloop-battlefield
Under Project WikiLoop we built a tool called "WikiLoop Battlefield" which is a vandalism revision tool relying on ORES and allow user to patrol and revert vandalism (currently without Login so it will be a URL rediect to let Editor do the actual reversion themselves).

We would like to apply tags to tag all revision created by this tool just like other tools listed in Special:Tags

Could you please add these two tags (#wikiloop and #wikiloop-battlefield) so that in the future when we have other wikiloop tools creating other meaningful edit assisting tool we can also apply them.

Or generally if a search feature for revision's summary is available, that would be great (should I make this a standalone feature request?)

User:Xinbenlv ~~~~

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Restricted Application added a subscriber: Aklapper. · View Herald TranscriptJun 24 2019, 10:54 PM

Hi, please explain *where* you need such tags.
It's unclear which of the ~900 websites you refer to as there are no links to "Project WikiLoop" or any further information...

Xinbenlv added a comment.EditedJun 26 2019, 4:24 PM

Oh, Thank you! I was referring to https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/WikiProject_WikiLoop, the exact app (early stage) is WikiLoop Battlefield in http://battlefield.wikiloop.org

This is an example of a typical reversion it generates: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Broadway_Kids&diff=prev&oldid=903609154&diffmode=source

@Aklapper Hi, could you see if I answered your question?

Hi @Aklapper, or other dear friends on this task, is it good to proceed to create the tags of {#wikiloop, #wikiloop-battlefield} for us. We start to see usage of our tools and we hope to track the usage and also allow researcher to query and filter them directly.

Not sure why you asked me specifically. :) So your request is about creating this tag on https://en.wikipedia.org? Just asking for clarification...

Yes for EN, and ideally, global , just like tag:HG for Huggle