We are getting ready for a wider deployment of AFT5 to about 10% of the English
Wikipedia on June 26.
In order to accomplish this, we will need to increase the total number of
articles that have AFT5 to about 340,0000 pages (from 22,000 now).
We would like to re-use the technique that was used for AFT4, where we took a sample from the article ID, took the last 2 digits of that article ID, and used that to determine whether or not to include the article in the 10% sample or to exclude it.
Note that this method would have to honor existing restrictions by removing from this 10% sample any article that is in the blacklist, or that is a re-direct.
We would also continue to include in the 10% sample any article from this hidden 'Additional_Articles' category, so we can continue to manually add articles to it, as needed for special cases:
We had initially planned to add 320k articles to this hidden 'Article_Feedback_5' category, but gave up on this idea, because it would be too disruptive for the community:
So we have closed this previous ticket which was proposing to implement this with a bot from Reedy: