[Air-L] Wikipedia survey for the Sztakipedia project

Mihály Héder hedermisi at gmail.com
Wed Oct 5 07:59:41 PDT 2011

Dear All,

I want to say thank you for everyone who participated in my research
back in march about how AI should be integrated in the Wiki interface.

You helped a lot. Not surprisingly it turned out that people mostly
want help with finding the right links, categories and infoboxes -
amongst some other things.

Based on that observation we have come up with an assisting tool,
please watch this:
I hope it will be among the first plugins to the new rich text editor
the Mediawiki developers are now working on.

If anyone has any remarks, please do not hesitate to send me a mail!

Best Regards
Mihály Héder

On 3 March 2011 13:28, Mihály Héder <hedermisi at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I would like to ask you a little, but important help.
> I'm doing research on the future of the Wikipedia editor interface. In order
> to understand better the view of the Wikiepedia users I compiled a survey.
>  With filling the forms you can contribute to the survey, and your view will
> be taken into account assessing  the general requirements of the editors of
> Wikipedia, and also that of the readers of Wikipedia.
> Please help me by filling the following form (it takes 3 minutes max):
> http://pedia.sztaki.hu/survey_en
> *and* by forwarding this mail to everyone you can think of. The more (and
> not only tech-savvy) people we reach, the better. So please, do not leave
> out anyone who has the slightest chance to use the internet (friends,
> family, students, mailing lists, neighbours, classmates, co-workers, etc.)
> The results will be available in raw form and explained by 31/03/2011 at:
> http://pedia.sztaki.hu , and also I will compile a white paper in the
> subject (strictly for an Open Access journal)
> (if this letter reaches you more than once it is my fault)
> Thank you very much:
> Mihály Héder
> Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of
> Sciences +
> Budapest University of Technology, Philosophy of Science PhD student

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