Aaron Halfaker

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Aaron Halfaker
Organisation
Wikimedia Foundation
Country
United States

Aaron Halfaker - a scientist from Wikimedia Foundation (United States).

Number of works related to Wikipedia Quality: 18.

Related works

 Date
A Jury of Your Peers: Quality, Experience and Ownership in Wikipedia2009
Accept, Decline, Postpone: How Newcomer Productivity is Reduced in English Wikipedia by Pre-Publication Review2014
Defense Mechanism or Socialization Tactic? Improving Wikipedia's Notifications to Rejected Contributors2012
Don'T Bite the Newbies: How Reverts Affect the Quantity and Quality of Wikipedia Work2011
Dont Bite the Newbies: How Reverts Affect the Quantity and Quality of Wikipedia Work2011
Evaluating the Impact of the Wikipedia Teahouse on Newcomer Socialization and Retention2018
Interpolating Quality Dynamics in Wikipedia and Demonstrating the Keilana Effect2017
Making Peripheral Participation Legitimate: Reader Engagement Experiments in Wikipedia2013
NICE: Social Translucence Through UI Intervention2011
Open Algorithmic Systems: Lessons on Opening the Black Box from Wikipedia2017
Operationalizing Conflict and Cooperation Between Automated Software Agents in Wikipedia: a Replication and Expansion of 'Even Good Bots Fight'2017
The Rise and Decline of an Open Collaboration System How Wikipedia’s Reaction to Popularity is Causing Its Decline2013
The Rise and Decline of an Open Collaboration System: How Wikipedias Reaction to Popularity Is Causing Its Decline2013
Using Edit Sessions to Measure Participation in Wikipedia2013
When the Levee Breaks: Without Bots, What Happens to Wikipedia's Quality Control Processes?2013
When the Levee Breaks: Without Bots, What Happens to Wikipedias Quality Control Processes?2013
Who did What: Editor Role Identification in Wikipedia2016
Wikipedians are Born, Not Made: a Study of Power Editors on Wikipedia2009