Tool I've created and maintained for the Wikipedia community. They're used every month to make 20,000 edits; as a comparison 15,000 cumulative
edit is enough to be a top 5,000 Wikipedian.
Smith may be a profession, or a common last name, or an element of many place names, and probably other possible Wikipedia article titles. The common solution is to create a 'disambiguation' page, which helps readers find the article best related to what they are looking for.
Tool to check multiple pages for links to disambiguation pages
- Dab solver
A simple point and click interface for quickly fixing disambiguation and includes many unique features.
A program to help automate cleanup of a disambiguation page
- Transcluded Changes
Reimplementation of recent change for WikiProject to track edits made to their pages. See Ticket T117122 for the community feature request.
- User activity
Dashboard for user lists displaying Email status, Gender, Last edit, Blocks, and User groups
Quick tool made for an edit-a-thon for tracking a list new users.
- Recent changes
Internal tool for tracking edits made and performance.
- Checklinks produces detailed reports on external links in Wikipedia articles. Editors then can repair dead links with the Wayback Machine or WebCite with a few clicks. It also features an autonomous mode where it builds web page history while preventively archiving using WebCite for WikiProjects.
- Reflinks is well known by many Wikipedians. It can significantly reduce the amount of time spent converting a URL-only reference into a full citation.
designed for image reviewers to check that the alternative text is an appropriate substitute for the images in audio renderings of Wikipedia articles.
Verification tool for section redirects, linked from Special:WhatLinksHere
Counts the number of backlinks and template embeddeding
- ghel (archive)
An ETL system for extracting geo-coordinate from 70 Wikipedia languages, providing daily error information, error correction and de-duplication. It provides a fast R-Tree SQL access and daily dump to third parties. Used by WikiMiniAtlas and others.