Around a year ago we first released the prototype of a web-based application with a code name WikiLoop "Battlefield". We are happy to see many Wikipedians found it useful in screening and checking the potential vandalism or quality issue with incoming revisions. As of now, WikiLoop "Battlefield" supports 11 languages, and has seen contributions from 243 logged users who reviewed 63K edits across language version Wikipedias. We think it's a good time to finalize the new name.
While we continue to make functional improvements, we received feedback from multiple community members that the code-name "battlefield" has an annotation of "war-themed", and could potentially be misinterpreted to be military-related or triggering edit-war. And we agree it's a good idea to change the name. We launch a brainstorming request on en:Wikipedia_talk:WikiLoop_Battlefield#Brainstorm to replace the name "Battlefield" and received ~35 names. Thank you!
We hope that the new short list of possible names help to identify this tool's characters:
A review tool for Wikipedia and its sister project
It's Easy to use for everyone, both logged in and anonymous users, and
We carefully considered the following factors when choosing the finalist:
We want to avoid any names featuring "war" or "military" theme, which is one of the main reasons we want to change its current name.
While we initially think this tool is mainly to review vandalism, given that the majority edits on Wikipedia are not vandalism, but constructive contributions, we like to neutralize the tone of name so that it's for more general review than merely to find out vandalism.
We want to avoid any names that have a strong authoritative sense or administrative enforcement, but try to feature community citizenship and helping, such as patrol, admin, ban, etc.
We want to take into consideration the name is easy to understand when translated into other languages, so we want to avoid slangs or terms that are specific to english (the language that this discussion is taking place)
We picked 3 names for the finalist:
WikiLoop WikiTag: Featuring the fact everyone can tag, hence "wiki"-tag (official brand WikiLoop ¡WikiTag! in languages that support "¡").
WikiLoop DoubleCheck: Featuring people can cross check each other to collaboratively improve the quality of Wikipedia.
WikiLoop SecOp: Featuring people can cross each other to collaboratively improve the quality of Wikipedia.
Everyone eligible can vote for a maximum of two options from the following 3 finalists.
Click Edit on the section for the name you want to vote in favor of. Only positive votes. All logged-in users get 2 votes. Use the following markup to express your vote:
The following discussion is closed. Please do not modify it. Subsequent comments should be made in a new section.A summary of the conclusions reached follows.
Per the vote result as calculated here, 77 Wikipedian votes, with weights, the result is 26 voted for WikiTag, 136 voted for DoubleCheck, 2 voted for SecOp, the winner is WikiLoop DoubleCheck.
Support - bluerasberry 13:42, 30 June 2020 (UTC) "Tagging" is a great term for all sorts of review and all the kinds of review activities which we want to encourage after this model. Blue Rasberry (talk) 13:41, 30 June 2020 (UTC)
I was about to say "it's okay", but the longer I imagine using the name, the better it sounds to me. "DoubleCheck" is easy to remember, can be abbreviated as "DC", like "TW" for Twinkle and "HG" for Huggle, and works well in regular discussion sentences, such as "The edit has been reverted using DoubleCheck", "please be more careful when using DoubleCheck", "I recommend enabling the DoubleCheck gadget in your preferences". Support - ToBeFree 09:56, 30 June 2020 (UTC)
Support - Can also be abbreviated as DC, a common abbreviation for direct current electricity. That is not a very friendly connotation but I think it may work nice for anti-vandalism. I also wonder why not "CrossCheck" "CC" for the name and double check for description? - Ononal 10:11, 30 June 2020 (UTC)
Support - Easy to understand what it is. - Paperworkorange 11:41, 30 June 2020 (UTC)
Support totally supportive of this, and it doesn't have secondary connotations that I can anticipate, Sadads (talk) 12:18, 30 June 2020 (UTC)
Support - Of the three options, I think this both best demonstrates what the software does, and is usable for many cases, as by others (DC abbreviation and easy use in sentences.) - aaPle 10:28, 1 July 2020 (UTC)
Support - Nick Moyes 11:03, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Not ideal, but best of the bunch.
Support - CAPTAIN MEDUSA 11:10, 1 July 2020 (UTC) seems OK, but not "great".
Support - Alfie -- Thanks, Alfie. enwiki 11:45, 1 July 2020 (UTC) Least worst of the bunch. Encourages collaboration rather than the weird militaristic themes of the old name.
Oppose - 'SecondOpinion' would have been Nice, but 'SecOp'? No, sounds like a military operation. - RonnieV 07:46, 30 June 2020 (UTC)
"Second Opinion"? Doesn't sound like it, rather like "OpSec" (operations security), a "process that (...) executes selected measures that eliminate or reduce adversary exploitation of friendly critical information" Oppose - ToBeFree 09:59, 30 June 2020 (UTC)
Oppose - Per ToBeFree. - Veracious 10:32, 30 June 2020 (UTC)
Voting dates: June 26 - July 13, 2020 00:00 UTC (two weeks)
Everyone eligible can vote for a maximum of two options from the 3 finalists
Eligibility: Wikipedia autoconfirmed/confirmed user (from any Wikipedia language) :WD:Q4616064 are eligible, with default multiplying factor 1
Multiplying factor: if a user has additional contributions to WikiLoop Battlefield, they votes are multiplied by the following rules:
Logged-in Users: in WikiLoop Battlefield
Multiplying factor = Math.floor(log10(Number of Revisions Reviewed)) 
contributions are counted by June 24th, 2020 00:00 UTC
Code contributors: each contributor's contribution will add 2 unit to the multiplying factor
To claim coding contributions additional votes, please mention your github username in your vote, or private message me (e.g. Email Xinbenlv at gmail dot com)
↑For example, if you have 1 contribution, your vote is multiplied by 2, if you have reached the 10 revision milestones, your vote is multiplied by 3, and it is multiplied by 4 at the 100 revisions milestone, etc.
↑For example, if you have 1500 revision reviewed on Wikiloop Battlefield, and also happen to contributed code, your votes is multiplied by Floor(Log(1500) + 2 = 3 + 2 = 5