• Written vs Visual/Net responses

  • Review of past 5 weeks

  • Project Gutenberg

    http://www.gutenberg.org/

    • Michael Hart
    • 1971 Declaration of Indendence
    • Everything available in ASCII
    • 400 new ebooks per month, 30, 768 total English language
  • Wikipedia

  • Wisdom of Crowds

  • Includes
    • a concise lead section
    • An appropriate structure including section headings
    • Consistent citations
    • Media follow the image use policy
    Wisdom of Crowds
    Francis Galton and the Ox

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  • Process: Part 1

    • People (“content providers”) scan books and upload the scanned images into this library.
    • Proofreaders choose a book to work on
    • The website shows a webpage containing the scanned image of one page and the text from that image
    • You read the text, and correct it to match the page image.
  • Process: Part 2

    • 2004: average of 300-400 proofreaders participating finish 4000-7000 pages per day.
      • Each book goes through two rounds of proofreading
      • When all the pages in a book have been proofread, a “post-processor” does the finishing work of getting this book ready: combining all the pages into one big file, making sure the markings are consistent, etc., and one last check for errors.
  • Quality Criteria

    • Neutral point-of-view
    • Verifiability
    • No original research
  • Basic Article

    • Uncreated Article Every article starts with an idea in the mind of a contributor.
    • Stubs Stubs are very short articles—generally just a few sentences.
    • Developing articles Once a stub has real content, it is a real article. They may have weaknesses, and you are encouraged to copyedit them and, where you have the knowledge or do the necessary research, to add content.
  • Good Article

    • Well written
    • Verifiable with no original research
    • Broad in its coverage
    • Neutral
    • Stable
    • Illustrated if possible with images
  • Good Article

    • Well written
    • Verifiable with no original research
    • Broad in its coverage
    • Neutral
    • Stable
  • Featured Article

    • Well-written
    • Comprehensive
    • Well-researched: “Claims are verifiable against high-quality reliable sources and are supported by inline citations where appropriate”
    • Neutral
    • Stable: Not subject to edit wars
  • Featured Article

    Includes

    • a concise lead section
    • An appropriate structure including section headings
    • Consistent citations
    • Media follow the image use policy
  • Francis Galton and the Ox

  • Crowd Wisdom is seen in

    • Cognition: Thinking and information Processing (the free market)
    • Coordination: (flock of birds, people on sidewalk)
    • Cooperation: Deciding who to trust (Arab Spring uprisings)
  • Crowd Wisdom Requires

    • Diversity of opinion
    • Independence
    • Decentralization
    • Aggregation
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