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Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 7:30 pm
by Doctor Pork
is it over

Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 12:18 pm
by bandit
goddamn I was late but even I eventually finished

Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2018 12:40 pm
by Iatots
I will do the scoring;

for +debug.

Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2018 1:12 pm
by Iatots
I actually half-considered doing the scoring but I can't browse edits before the 30th of january so RIP competition, the first week is impossible to score.

Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 9:36 am
by MrStonedOne
Iatots wrote:I actually half-considered doing the scoring but I can't browse edits before the 30th of january so RIP competition, the first week is impossible to score.

you can if you manually edit the values in the address bar.

Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 9:58 am
by Iatots
MrStonedOne wrote:
Iatots wrote:I actually half-considered doing the scoring but I can't browse edits before the 30th of january so RIP competition, the first week is impossible to score.

you can if you manually edit the values in the address bar.


Come on now, you think I hadn't figured that out?

https://tgstation13.org/wiki//index.php ... limit=9999
Using this line for example, I can only get to february 22nd now, even though I specifically request 150 days worth of edits AND from the 23rd of January.
The "&from=" is overridden by the default of 7 days unless you broaden the scope with "&days=", which is annoying. You can remove it from the link and the result doesn't change since any dates of interest I specify are too far back.

Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2018 7:15 pm
by MrStonedOne
Iatots wrote:
MrStonedOne wrote:
Iatots wrote:I actually half-considered doing the scoring but I can't browse edits before the 30th of january so RIP competition, the first week is impossible to score.

you can if you manually edit the values in the address bar.


Come on now, you think I hadn't figured that out?

https://tgstation13.org/wiki//index.php ... limit=9999
Using this line for example, I can only get to february 22nd now, even though I specifically request 150 days worth of edits AND from the 23rd of January.
The "&from=" is overridden by the default of 7 days unless you broaden the scope with "&days=", which is annoying. You can remove it from the link and the result doesn't change since any dates of interest I specify are too far back.

Fixed

Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2018 1:56 pm
by Iatots
Well it's been a week and my scoring of the event is complete. Since I am not giving away any prizes I won't be naming any victors, but anyone who feels like rewarding wiki editors can use this scoring as an excuse.

Only edits from 17:40 23rd of January to 23:59:59 of the 28th of February were counted.

A reminder of the rules:
5 points: Enormous content additions, like writing a guide from scratch or completely rewriting one to be much better.
3 points: Major content additions, such as documenting large PRs.
2 points: Minor content additions, like adding an item to a list. Corrections of factually incorrect information. Image stuff. Mirroring changes from PRs on GitHub.
1 points: Spelling errors and similar trivial edits. Limit: One point per editor per page.
-1 points: Obvious attempts to game the score system.


How I interpreted the rules, on a per article basis:
5 points: BIG, NEW stuff. So big in fact, only one edit was awarded 5 points
3 points: A lot of stuff. More than a handful of items added to a list, more than a couple of corrections here and there on the article
2 points: Corrections of factually incorrect info, addition of a set of sprites (yes sets), adding a paragraph to a guide, reformatting text and improving it. In essence, anything not major that would be noticed if absent.
1 points: spelling errors, things that are interesting but won't be missed if deleted
0 points: lazy copypaste from code/Github, ""humor"", failures to actually improving a page.
-1 points: "Gaming the system". I noticed no such behavior.

The difference between 2 and 3 points can sometimes be subtle. Some scores have a range, none of which thankfully overlap. The lowball is conservative of 3 pointers, the high mark is more generous.

About the sprites: I considered "spritework" to be referencing work in which the sprites are the meat of the edit. In those cases where some thought had been put in a description, the text was scored and the sprites counted as bonus points, but barebone descriptions were awarded no points themselves, only the sprites were scored. Sprites were grouped together as single submission in those cases where they were a proper variant of eachother (tools with multiple setting, drones with multiple colors) or very closely related. Rule of thumb: can I put these sprites together in a .gif/single image and lose no information?



THE CONTRIBUTORS, IN DESCENDING ORDER OF POINTS AWARDED

Kingfish total: 175-177 (+3) // I don't know techwebs but nobody will care about those couple points stuck in limbo
123-125 from edits, 52 from sprites 112 images uploaded, 26 disqualified (16 unused, 5 duplicates, 1 self-deleted, 1 meme, 1 placeholder, 2 low quality) = 86 Accepted, counted as 26 separate submissions.


Factoryman942 total: 50-54 //
44-48 from edits, 6 from sprites, 3 images uploaded

Xhius total: 43-45 points // + Circuits Guide rework nominated for best large improvement.
19-21 from edits, 24 from sprites 42 images uploaded

Calzilla1 total: 42-43 points //
38-39 from edits, 4 from sprites. 2 images uploaded

‎XDTM total: 32-34 points //
28-30 from edits, 4 from sprites. 3 images uploaded

Nervere total: 30 points //
0 from edits, 30 from srpites. 35 images uploaded

Denton total: 28-29 points //
26-27 from edits, 2 from sprites. 1 image uploaded

Didn't make the cut:
Cameronwoof, TehSteveo, PotatoMasher, ‎TribeOfBeavers, Anonmare, Francium, somerandomguy, ESR, ‎Doerakpoes, SpaceManiac,Oranges, ‎Cruix, ‎MMMiracles, Muncher21, ‎Oldman Robustin, FrozenGuy5, Kerbin Fiber, ‎Mobiledove, Atlanta-Ned, ‎CosmicScientist, Qbmax32/‎Qbopper, ‎MrStonedOne, subject217, Jordie0608.

Not participating: me.


Score Sheets:

Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2018 11:57 pm
by Atlanta-Ned
I've gotten approval to grant antag tokens to the top three seven winners identified by Iatots. I've also got a $50 Steam gift card for Xhius for the circuit guide rework.

Thank you for tallying up the points. I got sidetracked and overwhelmed a few months back :(

EDIT: Iatots also got an antag token for taking the time to tally up the points. Thank you!

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 03, 2018 2:00 pm
by Iatots
PostThis post was deleted by Iatots on Sun Jun 03, 2018 2:37 pm.
Reason: hm nah someone else do it.

Re: Wiki Improvement Drive 2018 Edition

PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 5:23 am
by Denton
Hey, thank you for that! It must have taken a bunch of time to keep track of all this.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:29 pm
by DerikEl
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