Grants:IdeaLab/Allowing users to create a following based on articles based on Wikipedia

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Allowing users to create a following based on articles based on Wikipedia
Each users may use wikipedia at any point of time based on a particular need, for example to understand terminologies in Artificial Intelligence. Allowing users to group these requests a create a list of " Wikipedia bookmarks" grouped by tags selected by the user and allowing other users to follow these tags created by like minded users allow users to created a "repository" of all known terms in a particular subject and also encourages participation in any article that does not explain the term in the right manner.
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Project idea[edit]

What Wikimedia project(s) and specific areas will you be evaluating?[edit]

Is this project measuring a specific space on a project (e.g. deletion discussions), or the project as a whole?

Describe your idea. How might it be implemented?[edit]

Provide details about the method or process of how you will evaluate your community or collect data. Does your idea involve private or personally identifying information? Take a look at the Privacy Policy for Wikimedia’s guidelines in this area.
After landing on a wikipedia page providing an easy login mechanism or "remember ne" mechanism may help identify a user. Once identified the history of articles browsed on wikipedia that are untagged can be presented to the user as a group and the user should be allowed to group these under a tag or mulitple tags. Once tagged these tags can be used for further grouping by the user. Similarities of articles read could be analyzed and set of users to follow can be presented to the users for selecting. Users can then be allowed to create global tags that has an aggregation of articles probably in a very organized manner which could then be created into a wikipedia article or a reading guide for wikipedia that is created by groups. Many such reading guides could be created for domains, technologies, focused topic studies, etc.

Are there experienced Wikimedians who can help implement this project?[edit]

If applicable, please list groups or usernames of individuals who you can work with on this project, and what kind of work they will do.

How will you know if this project is successful? What are some outcomes that you can share after the project is completed?[edit]

The number of tags created, users being followed, global groups/ articles / topci studies being created as a result.

How would your measurement idea help your community make better decisions?[edit]

After you are finished measuring or evaluating your Wikimedia project, how do you expect that information to be used to benefit the project?
Would change the way an entire topic can be studied using a single source "Wikipedia". Quality of the article in terms of easy readability without complex terminology, and list of articles that could be used to study a topic in a continuous fashion can be outlined

Do you think you can implement this idea? What support do you need?[edit]

Do you need people with specific skills to complete this idea? Are there any financial needs for this project? If you can’t implement this project, can you scale down your project so it is doable?
I can, along with others. Access to the wherewithall of wikipedia is critical

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About the idea creator[edit]

Articial Intelligence COE, Lead at Intel. Interests include recommendation engines, gamification of tasks, autonomous data analytics



Markhalsey (talk) 17:20, 6 August 2018 (UTC)Mark Halsey

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No funding needed?[edit]

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