Nov 23 2022
For example in https://xtools.wmflabs.org/articleinfo/en.wikipedia.org/University_of_Coimbra?editorlimit=200 we can see: Edits made by the top 10% of editors: 331 (36.5%) but if you sum the top 10 it´s 331, but no the 10%.
Mar 24 2022
@NguoiDungKhongDinhDanh I wrote here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:AutoWikiBrowser#Change and @GoingBatty suggested me "post a new bug report in Phabricator". Thanks a lot.
@NguoiDungKhongDinhDanh But the problem it´s not solve the past problems, i can program a bot for that. I don´t want the AutoWikiBrowser continue editing like that in the future...
Oct 21 2019
It would be perfect if we also had an "edit summary" filter. For the bots controllers it would be a very useful tool, as well as downloading all the contributions in an editable file (csv, json...).
Oct 17 2019
If we look at the picture, we could see an example of what I'm saying. Introducing -7 and 8, the page would show us all the editions that are between subtracting 7 bytes from the article and adding 8, therefore all those that made modifications of -7, -6, -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 bytes.
In this file you can see the contributions section of a user. Currently we can indicate a user name, filter by specific labels, set the date by which we want to filter and mark other options, but there is no information about the size of the modification. If we have a bot that always (or almost always) does the same editions, it is very interesting to know when the edition has been different to study these cases. The way to know would be seeing the number of bytes that have been modified, and so we can filter by those bytes. Just as we can filter by dates that we have the options of "Minimum bytes" and "Maximum bytes" to search.