Jul 29 2016
Yes, this is simply a malfunction in the core of the flagged revs. I put the priority up to "Unbreak Now!" for this reason.
Jul 28 2016
Hi everyone. This bug negatively affects the German main page and is therefore to be considered important. Could please anyone have a look into this and at least rate the amount of necessary work to fix it?
Jul 23 2016
Jun 13 2016
I strongly support @Srittau's comment. This is still an extremely annoying bug and should be fixed with high priority. There are plenty of exact integers and the guessed precision of +/-1 makes the statement wrong. I cannot understand why this is not fixed.
May 17 2016
This issue is still open and an extensive limitation of the FlaggedRevs. Is this going to be fixed in the foreseeable future?
Apr 19 2016
Mar 30 2016
Feb 9 2016
This is a serious issue, please fix as soon as possible.
Jan 19 2016
Good news, looking forward to the implementation. Thanks!
Is there any plans when this feature is going to be enabled in the bigger Wikipedia language versions?
Oct 30 2015
@kaldari: I understand the argumentation, but it doesn't convince me. Your statements in the linked bug seem very reasoned to me. We agree that information about uncertainty is very important, but for each data we have to know the amount of uncertainty specifically. Guessing leads to a much bigger error than ignoring it as long as there is no valid information about the uncertainty.
Oct 29 2015
@kaldari: There's nothing against uncertainty, but the default uncertainty for values that don't have any. I'm especially talking about counting values without any unit.
Having a default in general is not reasonable.
Oct 4 2015
Aug 20 2015
I really like this new feature. However, especially for the needs on Commons I think there has to be a function that allows grouping many entries concerning the same category. Just for example, I just created a category for a music band and another account uploaded a bunch of photos of that band (ca. 30), then. This results in 30 new entries on my watchlist because 30 new photos have been added to that category. I think it would be reasonable to group these entries to one saying something like 30 new files/pages were added to category XY.