Fri, Jun 14
Tue, Jun 11
Right. I did a manual update with @20after4's help to get unblocked for our upcoming deployment. I actually just did another manual push this morning.
Mon, Jun 10
It looks like we're going to get this deployed next week. I'm aiming for Monday, June 17th.
Thu, Jun 6
I'm blocked on a diffusion/gerrit issue. T224996: Gerrit repo scoring/ores/editquality not mirroing
I've just tried to pull new changes from https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/scoring/ores/editquality and I'm still stuck on the April 23rd commit.
Wed, Jun 5
OK should be fixed.
Looks like I made a mistake. One sec.
See https://labels.wmflabs.org/ui/euwiki/. Currently the campaign has a English Langauge name. We can rename it when I get a good translation.
I was able to find 172 pages that span the predicted quality spectrum. I think labeling them will boost the model fitness substantially. Regardless, that's the most observations we can manage without getting a lot more clever.
Tue, Jun 4
I finally have made some progress here and I have a good sample worth labeling. What should I name the labeling campaign? I'm imagining something like "Article quality version 2"
This is blocking an ORES deployment.
I'm honestly not sure. It's likely that @Ladsgroup knows some history here.
I think that @mmodell helped us with a credential issue that manifested in a similar way back in April.
Mon, Jun 3
From @Groceryheist: Look for threshold effects. It is more "simple and sensitive" compared to doing the DID analysis.
Thu, May 30
See related work here: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/User:TJones_(WMF)/Notes/Nori_Analyzer_Analysis