As an editor, I want to be able to:
# follow a link to a Wikipedia article from a todo list (say an editathon or a campaign page, a tweet, an invitation to edit by email) that //includes a campaign hashtag// as a parameter, e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_Beath?ht=wikiD
# start editing the target page and have the campaign hashtag pre-filled in the edit summary, e.g. `/* Biography */ Some text here #wikiD`
# store the hashtag in the edit summary when I save the revision
# apply the above to any other edit I make during the same browser session
**Who else will benefit from this change**
- As an editathon or campaign organizer or a program manager, I'll be able to easily retrieve a feed of users and edits that are part of a specific initiative (e.g. [[ http://tools.wmflabs.org/hashtags/search/wikid/25 | #wikiD ]]) and obtain metrics about the impact of this initiative.
- As a researcher, I'll be able to run experiments or analyze contribution trends as a function of the initiatives driving them.
- [[ http://blog.hatnote.com/post/112756032432/the-humble-hashtag-now-on-wikipedia | The Humble Hashtag, now on Wikipedia ]]
- [[ http://tools.wmflabs.org/hashtags | Wikipedia social search ]]
- [[ https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Revtagging | Revtagging ]]