문서훼손 대응 네트워크

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CVN logo.svg Countervandalism network

The countervandalism network
is a distinct group. It is neither
affiliated with nor managed by the
Wikimedia Foundation.

문서훼손 대응 네트워크(Countervandalism Network)는 위키미디어 재단과 위키아가 운영하는 위키에서 일어나는 문서훼손을 되돌리고 처리하는 일을 돕는 것을 목표로 하며, 문서훼손 제거를 돕는 서비스나 도구를 제공하거나 문서훼손 처리에 대한 조언, 정보 제공, 유사한 문제를 다루는 회원간 정보 공유를 제공합니다.

네트워크는 CVN 공동체로부터 호선된 자원봉사자 그룹이 관리합니다.

Documented on this page are the general procedures for CVN users, including local channel operators, staff, and senior staff.

Channel access

Local operators

Local operators are generally trusted users both on IRC and on a local project. They have the ability to permanently voice channel users. Once a user is voiced in a CVN channel, they are able to command the bots. Some basic IRC knowledge is required of channel operators, including opping, voicing and setting flags (information also available here and here).

Staff

Staff and senior staff have channel access in all CVN channels. Generally, in respect to local authority, staff will not use their access when there are local operators available to act. However, if there are no local users available, staff may assign whatever access is required.

There is a central channel, #countervandalismconnect, which is the best way to contact staff directly. They are voiced (marked with a +) in the channel. You may also use !staff to instruct CVN-ClerkBot to ping all staff members in a channel. Basic channel operations (assigning channel flags, changing the topic, etc.), will be given to your IRC account. For advanced operations (anything requiring the +s or +F flags), you must log into the cvn-gc IRC account.

When staff modify access, it is important to verify that the IRC account requesting access is the correct wiki user. This can for example be done with a Wikipedia or Wikimedia cloak. This avoids the possibility of impersonation. If the user has no cloak or one that can't be verified, then ask the user to sign Countervandalism Network/Verification; the diff will then be used for any further requests.

Communication

Coordination for countervandalism users happens through Meta-Wiki. Important pages are: Settings, Management, Channels. See infobox for more links.

There are also two mailing lists for the Countervandalism Network:

The former is public and readable by anyone (subscribe to add messages, no confirmation needed), and is useful for updates. The latter is for coordination of CVN staff and therefore has its access restricted to approved users only.

The IRC channel #countervandalismconnect is also useful for real-time communication. Staff are voiced (+v).

Bots

A number of bots have been setup to run on the CVN related IRC channels to automate tasks and to perform maintenance. A list of the countervandalism related bots can be seen on the bots page.

Wikimedia Cloud VPS

See also Infrastructure

Most of the applications run by CVN are hosted in Wikimedia Cloud VPS, including various web tools at cvn.wmflabs.org.