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Why is jawiki's goodfaith model so bad?
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See T225563: Deploy ORES filters for jawiki for discussion.

Japanese Wikipedia's goodfaith model is not useful enough for the deployment of recentchanges filters that would use it.

We should investigate why this is the case and see if we can make some improvements.

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Halfak created this task.Wed, Aug 21, 7:23 PM
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Halfak renamed this task from Why is jawiki to Why is jawiki's goodfaith model so bad?.Wed, Aug 21, 7:24 PM
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(While you're at it, the damaging model isn't great either: it's not able to identify damaging edits with 60% precision or higher.)

Halfak triaged this task as Low priority.Wed, Sep 11, 9:05 PM
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We need someone from Japanese Wikipedia to help out with this. @Keegan, do you have any suggestions for how we might find a Japanese Wikipedia who might be able to help us review where our ORES models are working/not?

Keegan added a comment.EditedFri, Sep 13, 7:19 PM

I'll see if I can help further next week, whether identifying a place or a person.

\o/ Thank you.