Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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October 14th, 2013

@simsa0 Yeah, 21% seems to be the number that the app converges to. Amazed as well :-)

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@ReaderMeter I do use bot flags _and_ an additional heuristic: _any_ of the words of the bot name end or start w/ “bot”. Captures some more…

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@ReaderMeter The idea is to CSS-style the sliders like balances. It’s a v0.0.1 sample app, more interesting is the SSE API for future work.

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@dvanliere @nicolastorzec Happy to read that. My offer for help stands. Thanks for the friendly comment on my Talk page :-)

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Learn everything about Server-Sent Events (SSE) from this amazing Rocks article by @ebidel:…

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Bots vs. Wikipedians has a public that sends out / edits as Server-Sent Events:

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SeanGorman Paper behind it… Using Concurrent Wikipedia Edit Spikes with Social Network Plausibility Checks for Breaking News

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Bots vs. Wikipedians—Who edits more?wikipedia-edits.herokuapp.comP Live stats on@Wikipediaa@wikidataa bot activity (CC:@WikiResearchh)

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RT @WikiLiveMon: Candidate:… [Edits: 6, Editors: 2, Langs: 2] // NobelPrize

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@TomChatfield @FrannLeach Hope the blog post is useful, and welcome to the bright side… You can fix the Web…MP

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