Grants:Project/University of Virginia/Machine learning to predict Wikimedia user blocks/Timeline

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final report

Timeline for University of Virginia[edit]

Timeline Date
start 1 January 2019
most analysis complete 31 March 2019
conference presentations begin 1 April 2019
Article publication 30 April 2019
on-wiki community consultation 30 June 2019
report recommendations for practical changes 31 July 2019
project end 31 August 2019

Monthly updates[edit]

Please prepare a brief project update each month, in a format of your choice, to share progress and learnings with the community along the way. Submit the link below as you complete each update.

The best place to get information about this project is the main project page at Automatic Detection of Online Abuse! This timeline is just a different presentation of that content!

January 2019[edit]

February 2019[edit]

March 2019[edit]

April 2019[edit]

May 2019[edit]

June 2019[edit]

  1. Papers Detailing Ethical Implications of this research
  2. Data and Code Artefacts
  3. Powerpoint Presentation - Automatic Detection of Online Abuse in Wikipedia
  4. Video presentation Automated detection of Wikipedia misconduct!

July 2019[edit]

August 2019[edit]

November 2019[edit]

Rasberry, Lane (10 November 2019), "Machine learning for wiki by university students", WikiConference North America (Boston: WikiConference North America) 

Is your final report due but you need more time?

Extension request[edit]

New end date[edit]

30 September 2019


I am presenting this project at Wikimania 2019 from 14-18 August. I will have some more to report about this project's outcomes after that conference. I had planned an end-of-August end date. I would like to change that to end of September to incorporate some conference outcomes. Thanks. Blue Rasberry (talk) 22:24, 7 August 2019 (UTC)