Erinevus lehekülje "Kasutaja arutelu:Kaniivel" redaktsioonide vahel

Hi Cumbril! I'm working on a research study to look into how [[:mw:ORES]] is working out on wikis where it has been enabled. I was wondering how the ORES filters have been working for you, if you use any tools besides Special:RecentChanges to take advantage of them, and what other observations you have about how they are working. --[[Kasutaja:EpochFail|EpochFail]] ([[Kasutaja arutelu:EpochFail|arutelu]]) 5. juuni 2019, kell 23:38 (EEST)
I should mention that I'm "halfak" on Phabricator and in IRC -- so you know you're talking to the person who originally worked with you to train ORES for Estonian Wikipedia. --[[Kasutaja:EpochFail|EpochFail]] ([[Kasutaja arutelu:EpochFail|arutelu]]) 5. juuni 2019, kell 23:39 (EEST)
: {{ping|EpochFail}} I have been away from Wikipedia editing for about a year and therefore my observations are somewhat limited. I don't recall myself using ORES filters outside Special:RecentChanges view. It took some time for me to get used to the new filters interface. By now it's familiar, I have a general understanding of how to achieve what I want to achieve. I rarely use filtering here, as this is a small wiki, the amount of recent changes is low, there's not much to filter. Color highlighting damaging edits in recent changes works very well, and is very useful in reducing the amount of time/effort it takes to catch damaging/bad faith edits. Having the option to load the latest changes since the last refresh without reloading the whole web page nice. Not sure if this came as part of the new filters 'package' though. The only issue that I would like to point out is that since the script is Javascript-based, it causes a short lag after the browser has downloaded the page and is preparing to display it. But this is to be expected and one can live with it. [[Kasutaja:Cumbril|Cumbril]] ([[Kasutaja arutelu:Cumbril|arutelu]]) 16. jaanuar 2020, kell 15:03 (EET)