Community health initiative/Links
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Repository of links related to the Community health initiative or online harassment in general.
- Research:Necromancy (May 2012) — Analysis of why Wikipedia editors leave.
- Research:Revision scoring as a service (August 2014)
- Research:Harassment survey 2015 (November 2015) — A survey of active English-language Wikipedia users on the topic of harassment occurring on Wikipedia.
- Research:Online Community Conduct Policies (November 2016) — Industry analysis of online harassment policies .
- Research:Detox (February 2016) — Using machine learning to identify attacking comments on English-language Wikipedia.
- Research:Online harassment resource guide (Current WIP) — Broad-spectrum guide on many subjects within the realm of online harassment.
- Research:Developing Wikimedia's anti-harassment and behavioral dispute resolution systems (November 2017)
- Research:User reporting systems (November 2018–ongoing) A hub for research conducted by the Foundation on user reporting systems.
- Research:Arabic_Harassment_Netnography (October 2018–February 2019) A study of harassment on Arabic Wikipedia.
Resources & guides
- Inspire Campaign on "Addressing harassment" (June 2016)
- Board Statement on Healthy Community Culture, Inclusivity, and Safe Spaces (November 2016)
- Harassment workshop (November 2015)
- MediaWiki.org Code of Conduct
- Training modules/Online harassment/First draft & Second draft (Current WIP)
- Support and Safety/Support — list of online resources for online harassment
- Grants:PEG/Ada Initiative/Gender-gap admin training & https://adainitiative.org/
- Grants:IdeaLab/Community discussion on harassment reporting
- MediaWiki.org Code_of_Conduct
- Definition of Harassment from the Wikimedia Training Library
- Community Tech/Blocking tools
- Userpage AbuseFilter — volunteer-built tool that prohibits anons & new users from editing others' userpages
- Edit interaction analyzer — Shows intermingled history of 2 or 3 contributors.
- WikiBlame tool — Finds the first diff to contain a specific string in a single page's history
- Twinkle — multi-use Wikipedia gadget
- Community health initiative grant press
- Blog.Wikimedia.org — Wikimedia Foundation receives $500,000 from the Craig Newmark Foundation and craigslist Charitable Fund to support a healthy and inclusive Wikimedia community (January 2017)
- HuffingtonPost.com — Craig Newmark: How Wikipedia Is Fighting Back Against Online Harassment (January 2017)
- Community health initiative rollout
- Detox press
- ArsTechnica.com — Handful of “highly toxic” Wikipedia editors cause 9% of abuse on the site (February 2017)
- Blog.Wikimedia.org — Algorithms and insults: Scaling up our understanding of harassment on Wikipedia (February 2017)
- MIT's TechnologyReview.com — Collection of 13,500 Nastygrams Could Advance War on Trolls (February 2017)
- Wired.com — INSIDE GOOGLE’S INTERNET JUSTICE LEAGUE AND ITS AI-POWERED WAR ON TROLLS (September 2016)
- Medium.com — WHEN COMPUTERS LEARN TO SWEAR: USING MACHINE LEARNING FOR BETTER ONLINE CONVERSATIONS (February 2017)
- Miscellaneous press
- ArsTechnica.com — The art of the troll: New tool reveals egg users’—and Trump’s—posting patterns (February 2017)
- Backchannel.com — The Troll Taunter: A young Wikipedia editor withstood a decade of online abuse. Now she’s fighting back — on Wikipedia itself. (February 2017)
- Buzzfeed.com — Twitter Will Start Using Algorithms To Crack Down On Abusive Accounts (March 2017)
- Medium.com — Current Reading List (of papers) on Online Harassment and Machine Learning (April 2017)
- The Rise and Decline of an Open Collaboration System: How Wikipedia’s reaction to popularity is causing its decline (Halfaker, August 2014)
- The Pew Research Center's report on Online Harassment (October 2014)
- Measuring Performance in Modern Police Organization (March 2015)
- Center for Democracy & Technology's statement on Community, Identity, Power, & Speech (July 2016)
- EFF's Facing the Challenge of Online Harassment (January 2015)
- The Pew Research Center's report on The Future of Free Speech, Trolls, Anonymity and Fake News Online (March 2017)
- Data & Society Research Institute's report on Online Harassment, Digital Abuse, & Cyberstalking in America (November 2016)