The ORES good faith and damaging tests are available for use on the wikis below, most of which offer ORES as a beta feature. Enabling ORES by default on these wikis will simplify users' interaction with ORES and the new filtering interface (e.g., users won't have to select both beta options to get all the benefits of the new tools).
- Portuguese Wikipedia
- Polish Wikipedia
- Persian Wikipedia
- Dutch Wikipedia
- Polish Wikipedia
- Russian Wikipedia
- Turkish Wikipedia
- Czech Wikipedia
- English Wikipedia
= What this means =
- On ORES wikis, ORES __for edit review__ (specifically, the good faith, damaging and revert tests) will be enabled by default. I.e., there will be no ORES beta option.
- In the future, at such time as new ORES betas are created (for Discover, anti-harrassment, or whatever), those will be new betas. I.e., we are making default ONLY the ORES functions that are currently available and displayed to the public through the existing beta.
- All users will get the red "R" on review pages that means "may be damaging and should be reviewed." This feature is not intrusive.
- Existing ORES users will also be migrated automatically to the new beta option, "New Filters for Edit Review."
- Existing ORES beta users will continue to get the "classic" ORES display, with colored shading, on Watchlist and Contributions.
= Stuff that needs to be handled =
- **Hide probably good edits from recent changes** This Recent Changes option currently appears only after users have selected the ORES beta, and is unselected by default.
- It will now become standard for everyone (still unselected by default)
- If it was selected by existing ORES users or is selected by new users, then on the RC page, activate the following filter and display it as a default in the Active Filter Display Area: May have problems.
- Meanwhile, re-word the preference to align it with the new functionality, like so: "Show only edits that may have problems (and hide probably good edits)."
- **Highlight probably damaging edits on Watchlist and Contributions (using ORES) **Add this __new Preference__ to the Watchlist prefs in the "Revision Scoring" section. It turns on classic ORES shading on Watchlist and Contributions.
- For existing ORES users, this will be turned on by default when they are migrated.
- For everyone else, this preference will be off by default.
- It's expected that as we move more pages to the new interface, this preference will control fewer and fewer pages. One day, we'd like to replace "classic" ORES entirely.This preference in no way should be read as committing to supporting this.
- **Ores Sensitivity** The existing subsidiary preference for ORES Sensitivity will be grouped with the new "Highlight probably damaging edits" preference, because it depends on it. It is subsidiary.
- It will continue doing whatever it does now, but not for Recent Changes.