ORES is used as a beta feature on a bunch of wikis:
- Portuguese Wikipedia
- Polish Wikipedia
- Persian Wikipedia
- Dutch Wikipedia
- Polish Wikipedia
- Russian Wikipedia
- Turkish Wikipedia
- Czech Wikipedia
- English Wikipedia
The plan is to turn the beta feature as a default feature.
* It won’t effect people that much, except for the red “r”, which can make it black locally if they want to
* There will be a new preference to turn on highlighting on the non-RC pages that have ORES (Watchlist and Contributions).
* If you had the highlighting before, you will have it, if you haven’t enabled the Beta feature, you don’t have the highlighting.
 Draft a message to be posted on these wikis
 Decide of a schedule to send a message one week before the release and the day before that change
 Identify places where to post that message (village pumps - technical ones, patrollers boards...)
== Why that change ==
(copied from T158004)
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. Some details re. this change:
---- 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.
---- Doing this 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).
---- 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 beta users will continue to get the "classic" ORES display, with colored shading, on Watchlist, Contributions and Related Changes. Existing ORES users will also be migrated automatically to the new beta option, "New Filters for Edit Review."
---- A new Preference will be added to the Watchlist to control ORES shading on Watchlist etc. Existing ORES users will have it on by default. But for everyone else, this preference will be off by default.
-------- The existing subsidiary preference for "ORES Sensitivity" will be grouped with this new preference, in the Watchlist preferences.
-------- It's expected that as we move more pages to the new interface, this preference will control fewer and fewer pages. In other words, our intention is to replace "classic" ORES entirely.