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Copy-paste merging versus history-merging

Followup to the already archived Wikipedia:Education noticeboard/Archive 16#Proposal for update in the student instructions for moving drafts into mainspace. See Wikipedia talk:Merging#When to request a histmerge. You might consider making the archiving of this page a little less aggressive, so I'm not forced to create a fork of a discussion that's less than a month old. – wbm1058 (talk) 15:59, 27 May 2017 (UTC)[reply]

@Wbm1058: 7 days is rather aggressive, isn't it. I think that's a hold-over from when course announcements were all posted here rather than a subpage, making the page fairly unwieldy when not archived frequently. I've changed it to 30 days -- we'll see how that works. And thanks for the link. I'll take a look at this on Monday, but wanted to comment that this is definitely something we want to spend time on this summer, revising training materials prior to the fall 2017 courses starting. I've added DNAU to this thread to ensure it's here at that time. Also want to ping Shalor (Wiki Ed), the content expert working with that class in particular. --Ryan (Wiki Ed) (talk) 17:29, 27 May 2017 (UTC)[reply]

See also Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations/688809 Memory/Archive. We need adequate notice of student editing, and course instructors shouldn't be assigning the task of writing multiple content forks of the same topic, leaving it for overworked volunteers to clean up. – wbm1058 (talk) 12:22, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]

I apologise for dropping the ball on that one, I started preparing the page about the course but didn't share it on the announcement noticeboard. Advance notice of editing would certainly have helped, but the students' accounts remain blocked. Please could the blocks be lifted? Richard Nevell (WMUK) (talk) 12:29, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
I don't think just an announcement on a noticeboard is sufficient. Most editors are not monitoring these noticeboards. There should be some indication on the editor's user or user talk page, such as Template:Student editor (e.g., like this). It should link to their assignment, so we can see what their objective is. wbm1058 (talk) 12:48, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
Note how Wikipedia:Wiki Ed/Rutgers University/Languages in Peril Section II (Spring 2017) lists each student in the class, along with the titles of the Wikipedia articles that they are working on.
Wikipedia:Outreach Dashboard/Swansea University/LAA319 - Competition Law doesn't have a similar list of students and articles. – wbm1058 (talk) 12:53, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
OK, I see that course runs until 28 June 2017. Can these closely related articles either be merged, or clearly differentiated using WP:summary style so that it's clear they are not forks covering the same topic? wbm1058 (talk) 13:18, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
Just to comment on noticeboard announcements, though wbm1058 has since clarified that's not necessarily the question here, I don't think there's a formal process for announcing Education Program classes in general. Wikipedia:Education noticeboard/Wiki Ed course submissions is a page of notices automatically (or semi-automatically) generated by the Wiki Ed Dashboard), but I don't think WMF has incorporated an equivalent into the Programs and Events Dashboard (classes outside the US/CA), so the best way to stay up on that would probably be to keep tabs on the Dashboard itself. --Ryan (Wiki Ed) (talk) 12:51, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
Btw, Wbm1058, I don't know if you saw this, but from the page you linked you can click the "Dashboard" link at the top and then go to the "students" tab to see the list of students and assigned articles (though it looks like most have not added an article yet -- perhaps that's what you mean). --Ryan (Wiki Ed) (talk) 13:32, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
Thanks, no I didn't find that until you pointed it out. But there I see "Assignment End: 2017-05-10", so it's not clear to me whether the course is still active, and whether the students will return to editing if their accounts are unlocked. Sockpuppet investigations isn't an area I'm active in administratively, so I'm unclear on proper procedures for reopening an investigation and unblocking editors... if we can wait on User:Bbb23 to do it then I'm sure it will be done the right way. – wbm1058 (talk) 13:43, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
  • @Bbb23: Every class working with Wiki Ed (the Wiki Education Foundation) should have a list of students on the course page, a tag on every student's user page, and a tag on the articles they work on (there are some exceptions to the latter based on the way sandboxes are handled). I think that you're probably talking about the parts of the Education Program that aren't Wiki Ed? That seems like it could be addressed by incorporating the templating procedures into the P&E Dashboard. @Sage (Wiki Ed): who is the best person to ask about that at WMF (or otherwise)? --Ryan (Wiki Ed) (talk) 14:41, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
  • If the P&E Dashboard was set up to automatically create a page on-wiki listing editors involved that would be very helpful. Currently it has to be manually set up which relies on my (very much fallible) memory. Richard Nevell (WMUK) (talk) 15:41, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
  • Ah, I'll try to remember that. And here I thought the only Foundation I had to bitch about was the WMF. A new target for my irritation.--Bbb23 (talk) 14:59, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
  • I see that m:Education is a disambiguation page. It would be nice, and less confusing for unaffiliated, independent editors and administrators, if the Wikipedia Education Program, a program of Wikimedia Outreach (why is that page tagged as "historical" if the Education Program still uses their logo and Outreach has its own wiki?), had all of their chapters, including WMUK, using the same standards and procedures developed by the Wiki Education Foundation, which I presume is no longer a proposed Wikimedia thematic organization, as the disambiguation page still claims? wbm1058 (talk) 15:45, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
@Bbb23: WikiEd haven't done anything wrong here (and do an excellent job) this course is under my auspices rather than theirs. I agree that student accounts should include a note on their user page that they are taking part in an educational course and I will make sure that happens. Thank you for taking the time to unblock the accounts. I apologise for the extra work this has created and appreciate that it is taking up your volunteer time. Richard Nevell (WMUK) (talk) 15:39, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
@Richard Nevell (WMUK): Not to worry, many of my comments are tongue-in-cheek, although I have had some negative experiences in the past. This is the first time I've learned something useful, i.e., the division of responsibility. Happy teaching.--Bbb23 (talk) 15:44, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
@Bbb23: Yes, there are different hubs of activity. For future courses (not just this one but others I'm involved) I'll be making sure students have a notice on their user page and on talk pages as Ryan said is compulsory for WikiEd courses. Currently I recommend it for courses WMUK assists, but it should be a requirement rather than a recommendation. Please could 826540MAH (talk · contribs) 838181CDC (talk · contribs) 838463swanseauni (talk · contribs) Elinahh (talk · contribs) Nfyfe826276 (talk · contribs) also be unblocked? Richard Nevell (WMUK) (talk) 16:00, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
 Done.--Bbb23 (talk) 16:37, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]
An important responsibility for any class assignment, no matter which program advises it, is to put Template:Educational assignment on the talk page of every article being worked on. That's the first and foremost way to let other editors know that these are student editors, and not something else. Then, as also mentioned above, students should put Template:Student editor on their own userpages – and of course there should be a course page that clearly identifies the instructor. These steps can go a long way towards preventing such problems as mistaking student edits for socking, and also help a lot with keeping communication open with other editors. I think that all programs that work with student assignments should try to make these things clear to all classes they work with. --Tryptofish (talk) 23:27, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]

Automatic edits from Programs & Events Dashboard

@Richard Nevell (WMUK), Wbm1058, Bbb23, and Ryan (Wiki Ed): I'm currently mentoring User:Medhabansal for an internship project to enable edits from Programs & Events Dashboard, which would let us enable some of the edits that the Wiki Ed Dashboard makes on a wiki-by-wiki basis. The project just started, but hopefully within the next few months we can have the automatically-updated course pages and the userpage templates like for Wiki Ed courses. --Sage (Wiki Ed) (talk) 16:58, 6 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]

That's a very encouraging development. Richard Nevell (WMUK) (talk) 15:14, 7 June 2017 (UTC)[reply]

NOTICE: EducationProgram extension is being deprecated

Please help translate to other languages.. Thank you!.

Over the years many issues have been discovered from our engineering colleagues regarding the Education Extension, including security concerns. For this reason, and with a viable alternative platform available, we are starting the process to deprecate the extension and having it uninstalled where it has been activated. This includes this wiki Special:Courses.

This means that the following steps will be taken:

  1. New programs are discouraged from using the extension and encouraged to use the Programs and Events Dashboard.
  2. Current ongoing programs will be supported, until the month of June, 2018.
  3. On June 30, 2018, the Education Extension will be shut down.
  4. If you are still running an education program that uses the Education Extension, please take the appropriate measures and also reach out to your colleagues and communities so they are also aware.

It should be noted that data of previous programs that ran on the Education Extension will remain safe, and we are working on documenting how to access that data.

Thus, we invite all Education Program Leaders (and users of the Education Extension) to take the online training for the dashboard so that you can benefit from this tool and make your work easier.

Did you know you can also use the P&E Dashboard at edit-a-thons, writing competitions, and other Wiki-based activities? More training courses for the dashboard are available here, so take a look!

Do you need to communicate with us about this?

-- On behalf of the Education Team 19:56, 8 March 2018 (UTC)

Remaining users as of today:
  • Course coordinators, 22
  • Course online volunteers, 75
  • Course campus volunteers, 73
  • Course instructors, 96
xaosflux Talk 20:32, 8 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@Xaosflux: Thanks for this. I have proposed deprecating this extension more than once in the past few years on this notice board. I also advocate for using the meta:Programs and Events Dashboard.
I have the following requests:
  1. Can a representative of the "Education Team" identify all members? I assume this is <10 people and not a burden to request.
  2. Can a representative of the "Programs and Events Dashboard group" identify all members? Again, I am assuming this a small group.
  3. Can someone from the education team describe the extent to which they can detect use of the software tool being deprecated? To the extent that use detection is possible, can someone from the team say how many people are currently using the software tool? I am guessing that there is zero current use but I am not sure.
  4. WMF staffers developed some policies in which users with account designations from this tool (course online volunteer, course campus volunteer, course instructor) get special consideration to make userright requests at Wikipedia:Account creator. Getting this right has historically been contentious and WMF staff policymaking is part of the reason why the process became so complicated. I probably would be asking too much to request a WMF staffer to untangle and provide updated policy suggestions to re-write the policy, but as a stop-gap against damage, may I request that any "education team" representative offer barnstars or badges to users who have the soon-to-be-deprecated user right? Until and unless there is a policy rewrite, I would like for the badge to grant legacy permission for indefinite account creator userright, because the old education userrights offered that policy privilege and this use is still in play outside of the deprecated software. This is still a contemporary problem, as just last week in NYC yet again event organizers experienced Blocked editing at high profile event. The education userrights play a role in resolving these tensions, and in the longer term, the conflict between the camps which do wiki events versus the camps that start blocking events will only increase if there is not more planning.
Thanks for any response. Blue Rasberry (talk) 21:14, 8 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@Bluerasberry: Obviously I'm not WMF but as far as "account creator" goes - are you referring to the core media wiki access, or something specific to the PED? For our side we have been pretty lenient at WP:PERM/ACC lately, especially now that auto-expiration is a thing, and our guidelines at Wikipedia:Account creator specifically allow for this. — xaosflux Talk 21:43, 8 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
And if we want it to be longer periods, noone is really stopping us - it should just be 'reasonable'; for the most part I'm willing to flag anyone non-expiring that has had a temporary flag a few times without issue - it is subject to removal usually if they are inactive for a year. — xaosflux Talk 21:45, 8 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@Xaosflux: I just made a proposal at Wikipedia:Account creator. Could you endorse this? Previously the policy said that the userright is available for those with the userright being discussed for deprecation. If you would endorse the policy change, then the privilege which the education userright grants would no longer be needed. I have tried to change this in the past and gotten resistance. Your endorsement and support would help. Blue Rasberry (talk) 21:53, 8 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
At this time, classes from the US and Canada use the Dashboard that is located here and educational institutions from the rest of the world have access to an alternative Dashboard here (without Wiki Ed). If I understand correctly, those things will not change. Is that correct? (I want to make sure that there is no decrease in coverage of countries from the rest of the world.) --Tryptofish (talk) 22:23, 8 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@Tryptofish: This proposal will not have the direct effect of changing the meta:Programs and events dashboard. Indirectly probably there are plans to change something but I am aware of neither conversation nor plans nor who in the WMF might be discussing this.
About the tools you reference - it would be more accurate to say that the tool at wikiedu is for the Wiki Education Foundation staff to support classroom projects using their paid staff, and their funding restricts them to the US and Canada. They make their same software available for anyone to use at wmflabs, so this is the one for the rest of the world.
In my opinion the P&E dashboard software at wmflabs is awesome and I cannot imagine the software being proposed for deprecation to be of use to anyone, except as I am highlighting that it comes with some userrights socially baked into certain English Wikipedia policy. Blue Rasberry (talk) 22:31, 8 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
Good, thanks! --Tryptofish (talk) 22:35, 8 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Hi everyone! I'm part of the Education Team. It seems that part of the discussion is focused on the rights that education extension users had, something that i'm not totally familiar with. My first thought is that with the deprecation of the Education Extension, those rights would also be gone? (but it's not something we have discussed in the team). VMasrour (WMF) (talk) 16:22, 9 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Hi @VMasrour (WMF): most of the permissions associated with this extension have been specific to the extension, so yes they are no longer needed as there will be nothing to use them for. Part of the discussion above is the general concept of mass account creation for events (part of rate limits in mediawiki core) that are not specifically related to the extension at all, but something that has been a general problem for "event coordination" overall. The scenario is that when any sort of "event" occurs where the coordinators provide internet access, new editors get hit with the rate limit for creating new accounts from the same IP address. Technically, with SUL this is a global problem - but each WMF project can designate 'account creators' or other types of groups that can override this limit. I think some effort to doing this through the PEM dashboard has started - but it still doesn't seem as efficient as using the native Special:CreateAccount process - or it is at least not well advertised. — xaosflux Talk 16:36, 9 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@Xaosflux: Yes, it's my understanding also that it's a larger issue than just the Education Extension. There recently was discussion regarding the issue of account creators in es.wiki also. While i know that it's fairly common for Dashboard users to face the issue of having to register large numbers of users at once for events, i'm not positive on how to work through this issue. VMasrour (WMF) (talk) 18:09, 9 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@VMasrour (WMF): As I am sure you know, Wikipedia community social policies are challenging to establish and to change. Along with this education extension there were non-technical social policies established in which anyone with the technical user rights from this extension could get the social permission to have account creator userrights. Even after the P&E Dashboard begin to replace the old education tools, those old userrights were still named in policy and even right now they are used in community processes to grant userrights. I do not like the idea of an old userright deciding who gets a userright they need but this is what the policy is. Just last week a Wiki NYC event with a venue / catering / staff labor cost of about US$5000 got blocked as described at Wikipedia_talk:How_to_run_an_edit-a-thon#Blocked_editing_at_high_profile_event because of insufficient infrastructure for posting events and disputes about account creator rights. About a year ago a user threatened to take away my account creator rights because I do not use them on wiki, even though I use them in the sense that I present ~50 wiki workshops a year and am a trainer and backup for other people doing account creation.
It is not reasonable to keep these deprecated userrights indefinitely, but at the same time, I do not want the removal of these userrights to disrupt anyone's ability to access other resources which the rules say can go to people with these userrights. Event organizers can do anything reasonable do manage wiki security at events, but many requests associated with account creator rights are unreasonable. Typical events have 1-2 experienced Wikipedians, some subject matter experts, and 30 professional people in the room. Too often patrollers attack these events with blocks to the IP or participating editors. I wish there was a way for the experienced Wikipedians and the volunteers doing security to exchange information and have live talks about problems but the social infrastructure does not exist. It can be really stressful when someone makes a 1-minute evaluation to shut down a $5000 event where a lot of people have invested their time and labor. I am anxious that deprecating these userrights will lead to further pressures on event coordinators. Blue Rasberry (talk) 19:17, 9 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@Bluerasberry: Thanks for taking the time to describe the very real issue. I myself have faced this type of issues firsthand, and my impression is that the current policy is not what we need, especially when this can affect negatively the perception of people that we are just barely attempting to introduce to the community. I've shared those concerns with the team that is leading the Community Tech project of a "new Dashboard", and we'll see what can be done in that regard. VMasrour (WMF) (talk) 18:57, 13 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@VMasrour (WMF): Thanks, I think you understand the issue. There is more discussion at Wikipedia:Account creator.
One possible solution is registration through the Programs and Events Dashboard and also preserving the ability of new users in programs to create articles contrary to the way that Wikipedia:Autoconfirmed article creation trial took away this ability. There is a lot of mixed up policy around all of this. I do not think there is informed disagreement, but rather lots of confusion and incomplete information among people who do have access to information about the perspective of others. If it were possible to create accounts through the programs and events dashboard (whether new one in development or current one that everyone uses) then that would solve lots of problems, because then anyone who sets up a program would not have to also negotiate to get account creator rights or worry about their event getting IP blocked. Also, all participants who register in this way might get a tag on their userpage so that if there are any complaints live during the event, then immediately the wiki patrollers could identify the person managing the program and communicate directly with them to address the problem. Blue Rasberry (talk) 15:01, 15 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@MelanieN: Wikipedia:Education program is not being shut down. Software which probably no English language editors have used since 2015 is being shut down in favor of newer software at meta:Programs and events Dashboard.
Students should not be directed to register classes, but you can ask their teachers to register classes. If they are in the US or Canada then direct them to email the Wiki Education Foundation, and independent nonprofit. If they are in another country then ask them to email the Wikimedia chapter in their country, most commonly the UK if they are a class on English Wikipedia. For edge cases or in case of no other support instructors should register their students by setting up a meta:Programs and events Dashboard. This interface is something like a Facebook or meetup.com group, except for wiki accounts. 99% of professors love this. Blue Rasberry (talk) 15:07, 19 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
Thanks for the information, Blue Rasberry. I will give this feedback to the person (an education ambassador no less) who told me the program was being shut down. And I will suggest to the students that they can give this information to their instructor. The kinds of cases I come across are ones where there has been no formal registration or communication with Wikipedia by the instructor - where some new user, asking for help because of problems or resistance to their editing, mentions that they are editing as part of an assignment. I suspect that for every instructor who formally registers with Wikipedia, there are ten who simply tell their students "your assignment is to..." write or edit a Wikipedia article related to their course work. I think from now on I will 1) suggest the student can give the link to their instructor and 2) refer the students to willing ambassadors who can help them negotiate Wikipedia in the meantime. --MelanieN (talk) 15:37, 19 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
@MelanieN: If you see a class that doesn't look to be on the radar of Wiki Education or someone else in the Education Program, you can also just post a note here. If it looks to be one in the US/CA, we'll try to track down the instructor to reach out directly. If the institution is not in the US/CA, we typically ping @TFlanagan-WMF, VMasrour (WMF) and NSaad (WMF), who can often put the class in touch with program participants in their geographic area. --Ryan (Wiki Ed) (talk) 16:01, 19 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
xaosflux Talk 13:43, 28 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Other cleanup

Xaosflux has been depopulating user groups of the Education Extension userrights. Thanks for that. Here are some other tasks associated with deprecation. So far as I know there is no task list or assignments for anyone to do any of these things.

  1. Update documentation about the education extension on any Wikipedia
    1. English Wikipedia?
      1. Wikipedia:User_access_levels#Course_coordinator,_instructor,_online_and_campus_volunteer
      2. Wikipedia:Course pages
      3. Help:Education Program extension
    2. Other language Wikipedias?
  2. update documentation on other Wikimedia projects
    1. outreach:, which WMF staff created in part to document use cases based on this extension
    2. mw:Extension:Education Program
  3. Further and continuously confirm succession to the replacements
    1. meta:Programs & Events Dashboard
    2. meta:Community Tech/Programs and events dashboard

If I had to guess I would say that about 100 URLs with documentation need updating. Probably Wikimedia Foundation staff created about half of this documentation. I would lightly request that Wikimedia Foundation staff make an attempt to clean this up, although in a perfect world, I wish that staff funding for documentation management of this sort could go to a Wikimedia community chapter in the developing world to accomplish the same purpose and build out infrastructure. I took a look at some traffic and it seems like collectively this documentation gets 1000s of views a month, so for as long as this information is up, we have a liability to the users who are investing their time and interest in a deprecated software system. I would like to help but the scale of this administrative project is beyond the labor I have to offer. If anyone has an idea for addressing this then speak up. Blue Rasberry (talk) 20:03, 10 April 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Wikimania 2018

Will there be any education related presentations or workshops at Wikimania this year? · · · Peter (Southwood) (talk): 18:20, 19 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]

@Pbsouthwood: The submissions process is closed and private this year. I suppose there will be no information until after the program is announced. If there is information then I do not know how to access it. Blue Rasberry (talk) 18:58, 19 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
I thought the preconference would be a good opportunity to train up some locals from the SA chapter, if such a thing is done. · · · Peter (Southwood) (talk): 05:43, 20 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Health articles from class

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Quantum Tunneling in DNA has been opened on an article from Wikipedia:Wiki Ed/Northeastern University/Advanced Writing in the Health Professions (Spring 2018). Looking at the articles listed on the class page, I expect several other pages will have problems. @Ian (Wiki Ed) and Amyc29: for discussion. power~enwiki (π, ν) 16:23, 23 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]

I have just deleted another article on the list Medication error in the Emergency which was a fork (or copy) of Medication errors in the Emergency Department. The latter article was recently merged into Emergency department and the recreation happened soon after that. SpinningSpark 18:46, 23 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]
Thanks for the heads-up Power~enwiki. I’m aware of the challenges this class has been facing and have been working with Amyc29 (off-wiki) to help get the students back on track when they run into problems. I'm not sure what happened with the "medication errors..." article - the student must have misunderstood my feedback. Ian (Wiki Ed) (talk) 19:03, 23 March 2018 (UTC)[reply]

User:Lemorianquiroz and Draft:Manuel l quezon speech

Does this user belong to a known class? There isn't any welcoming or anything on their talk page. They created an article at Manuel l quezon speech (that I've moved to draft) which was a copy of Manuel L. Quezon with a bit of extra text in, at the bottom of which was "Gates EAPP Group 2". ansh666 04:16, 2 April 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Not really sure who'd be best to deal with this, so @Ryan (Wiki Ed), Ian (Wiki Ed), and Shalor (Wiki Ed): anyone know anything about this or the below section? Thanks, ansh666 06:55, 3 April 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Shanghai Health Medical College

Another course, it seems, making nonsense stubs, one of which (Qgfxgbnjigfgjkjtfcgh, now deleted) stated "Network marketing course from Shanghai health medical college". Most pages have been deleted under G2 (test). Anyone know of this course?

Possible accounts:

The list keeps growing. Thanks, ansh666 05:40, 2 April 2018 (UTC)[reply]

Hi User:Ansh666, Since it looks like this isn't a university in the U.S. or Canada (the only student editors Wiki Education supports), I’m pinging the global WMF education team so they can follow up: @TFlanagan-WMF, VMasrour (WMF), and NSaad (WMF):. Cassidy (Wiki Ed) (talk) 16:45, 3 April 2018 (UTC)[reply]
Okay, thanks for looking into it. ansh666 17:12, 3 April 2018 (UTC)[reply]