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Gaio, Loris, Besten, Matthijs den, Rossi, Alessandro and Dalle, Jean-Michel (2009): Wikibugs: using template messages in open content collections. In: Proceedings of the 2009 International Symposium on Wikis 2009. p. 14. Available online

In the paper we investigate an organizational practice meant to increase the quality of commons-based peer production: the use of template messages in wiki-collections to highlight editorial bugs and call for intervention. In the context of SimpleWiki, an online encyclopedia of the Wikipedia family, we focus on {complex}, a template which is used to flag articles disregarding the overall goals of simplicity and readability. We characterize how this template is placed on and removed from articles and we use survival analysis to study the emergence and successful treatment of these bugs in the collection.

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