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Perspective

by srcmax
Perspective is an API that makes it easier to host better conversations. The API uses machine learning models to score the perceived impact a comment might have on a conversation. Developers and publishers can use this score to give realtime feedback to commenters or help moderators do their job, or allow readers to more easily find relevant information, as illustrated in two experiments below.

2016

2013

2012

Ospriet by Twitter

by Xavier Lacot
Ospriet is a moderation tool that allows for audiences to post and vote on questions/comments for talks, presentations, and events. The application is written in node.js, uses MongoDB for database storage, and is designed for deployment on nodejitsu.

2011

2010

Web Ink Now: US Air Force Web Posting Response Assessment

by alphoenix
Several weeks ago in a blog post called The US Air Force: Armed with social media, I wrote about my interview with Capt. David Faggard, Chief of Emerging Technology at the Air Force Public Affairs Agency in the Pentagon. I spoke with Capt. Faggard about what he and his team are doing to get the word out about the Air Force online.

Airforceblog

by alphoenix
Air Force Blog Assessment. Chaîne de validation d'un billet tiers

2009

Channel 4 - Community

by simon_bricolo
gestion de la modération dans une communauté

Making Light: Virtual panel participation

by simon_bricolo
gestion de la modération dans une communauté

2007

How To Keep Hostile Jerks From Taking Over Your Online Community

by HK & 1 other
Angry people looking for fights will inevitably try to poison successful Internet communities. Columnist Cory Doctorow looks at ways to remove the poison without killing the discussion too.

2006

The Value of User-Generated Content, Part 1

by HK
There are three ways in which UGC can be treated: Pre-production moderation: Content is submitted (or edited) by users but isn't made available in the production environment until it's reviewed and verified by a knowledge expert. If they deem that the content is relevant and will be useful to users, the content is made live. Pre-production moderation will ensure the highest level of quality, but there's a delay between the time content is written and when it's made live. Post-production moderation: Content is submitted (or edited) by users and is immediately live, viewable by everyone the moment it's posted. Knowledge experts review the live content and make necessary changes (or delete entire entries). Post-production moderation makes content availability much quicker but may contain more errors or irrelevant submissions. The integrity of the intranet will depend on how quickly questionable or irrelevant content is caught. Peer-based moderation: Content is submitted (or edited) by users, is immediately live, and is not moderated by official knowledge experts. Users basically govern other users' submissions. If they notice errors or questionable content, they report it to official intranet owners for action. This community driven editing process relies on the conscientiousness of users to ensure the integrity of the content. UGC can also be rated (e.g., on a scale of 1 to 5) by other users to give readers an indication as to the quality of the content.

2005

Making Light: Virtual panel participation

by mbertier
11. You can’t automate intelligence. In theory, systems like Slashdot’s ought to work better than they do. Maintaining a conversation is a task for human beings.

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