Thank you so much for your kind words about Page Curation!
We are delighted that this new tool works well for you. Page Curation was created in close collaboration with many editors on the English Wikipedia, who played an important role in its development. Thank you all for your great insights and generous guidance!
For a quick overview on how Page Curation works, watch this video tour:
To try the tool for yourself, head over to the New Pages Feed:
(you must be logged in as auto-confirmed editor to review new pages)
After you've had a chance to use it, we invite you to leave suggestions for improvement on our talkpage:
Thanks again to everyone who made this tool possible.
To be continued soon, I hope ...
On behalf of the Wikimedia Editor Engagement team
On Sep 26, 2012, at 5:00 AM, [hidden email] wrote:
> From: David Gerard <[hidden email]>
> Subject: [WikiEN-l] Fwd: [Wikitech-l] Page Curation launch on English Wikipedia
> Date: September 26, 2012 2:51:21 AM PDT
> To: English Wikipedia <[hidden email]>
> Reply-To: English Wikipedia <[hidden email]>
> Special:NewPagesFeed is fantastic, by the way. Click on an article and
> see what you get.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Fabrice Florin <[hidden email]>
> Date: 26 September 2012 02:02
> Subject: [Wikitech-l] Page Curation launch on English Wikipedia
> To: [hidden email], [hidden email]
> Hi folks,
> I am happy to announce that the Wikimedia Foundation has just launched
> Page Curation, a new suite of tools for reviewing articles on
> Current page patrol tools like Special:NewPages and Twinkle can be
> hard to use quickly and accurately, and have led to frustration for
> some users. Page Curation aims to improve that page patrol experience
> by making it faster and easier to review new pages, using two
> integrated tools: the New Pages Feed and the Curation Toolbar.
> Read the Page Curation announcement on our blog:
> To learn more, visit our introduction page:
> If you are an experienced editor, please give Page Curation a try:
> We are also holding IRC office hours on Wednesday, September 26 at 4pm
> PT (23:00 UTC), during which we will be happy to answer any questions
> you may have. Please report any issues on our talk page or to our
> Community Liaison, Oliver Keyes <[hidden email]>.
> A number of patrollers have already started using Page Curation, and
> we hope that more curators will adopt this new toolkit over time. A
> 'release version' was deployed on the English Wikipedia on September
> 20, 2012, and we plan to make it available to other projects in coming
> This feature was created in close collaboration with editors. We would
> like to take this opportunity to thank all the community members who
> patiently guided our progress over the past few months. This includes
> folks like Athleek123, DGG, Dori, Fluffernutter, Logan, The Helpful
> One, Tom Morris, Utar and WereSpielChequers, to name but a few. We are
> deeply grateful for your generous contributions to this project!
> We designed Page Curation to offer a better experience, by making it
> easier for curators to review new pages and by providing more feedback
> to creators so they can improve Wikipedia together.
> We hope that you will find this new tool useful. Enjoy!
> Fabrice Florin
> Product Manager, Editor Engagement Team
> Wikimedia Foundation
> User:Fabrice Florin (WMF)
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