Coool.  Sections are a great way for people to get hints. Esp if linked to
a model example... Thanks for sharing!

On Aug 12, 2017 2:06 PM, "Leila Zia" <> wrote:

> Hi all,
> We need your help! :)
> We are developing a recommendation system that can help newcomers (or
> more experienced editors who are interested) receive recommendations
> about what sections to add to an already existing article in
> Wikipedia.
> As part of this research, we need labels from editors on whether a
> section recommended for an article on English Wikipedia is a good
> section or not. (The research is not limited to enwiki, this step of
> the test is.)
> You can come with your laptop to the Hackathon room (Salon 7) at 17:00
> (break time) to chat about this research and do the labeling in
> person, or you can just do it on your own using the following link
> (The link will take you to our test and labeling environment, set up
> quickly to collect some labels. Please know that once you click on the
> link, a cookie will be set in your browser that will help us count how
> many different contributors we had):
> As always, questions and comments are welcome, ideally in person, now
> that we are all in one place. :)
> Best,
> Leila
> --
> Leila Zia
> Senior Research Scientist
> Wikimedia Foundation
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