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Backlogs of work needing to be done is a consistent challenge in Wikipedia. One of them is the backlog of articles needing review , which when ACTRIAL started contained more than 14,000 articles; the issue of keeping up with the influx of articles being created was arguably one of the motivations for the trial. During the trial, this backlog has been reduced considerably, mainly accomplished during a backlog drive from mid-December through January. Prior to and after that drive, there were long periods of general stability in the backlog. Typically, patrolling work is in balance with the influx of articles being reviewed, something we also find is the case for the first part of the trial (related measure of Hypothesis 9 [h 10] ).

For the Draft namespace, we see a significant increase in page creations together with an increase in submissions to AfC (Hypothesis 16 discount footlocker pictures footlocker online Wolverine Cabor LX Wellington Mens Waterproof Work Boots sQuswpwl
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increases more rapidly during the first two months of ACTRIAL than any previous period in our dataset (Hypothesis 17 [h 12] ). They continue to be “severely backlogged”, per the description of their backlog on the AfC project page.

This shift of content creation from the article to the Draft namespace is worrisome. Previous research [4] has shown that the AfC process is not as collaborative as creating content in the article namespace. It’s problematic if Wikipedia derails contributions by new users into a space where collaboration does not happen, leaving the newcomer to figure everything out on their own.

Graph of the number of articles in the New Pages Patrol backlog during the trial. Dotted line indicates the beginning of ACTRIAL on Sept 14th, 2017.

Graph created by Insertcleverphrasehere showing the age of articles in the New Page Patrol backlog as of March 12, 2018. Green signifies articles younger than one month, orange articles are one to three months old.

Screenshot of the AfC project page on March 13, 2018, showing the "severely backlogged" status.

Graph of AfC submissions per day from the Draft namespace. Dotted line indicates the beginning of ACTRIAL on Sept 14th, 2017.

Multiple indicators point to a significantly lower influx of unencyclopedic content in the article (Main) namespace. Some of this content appears to be created in the Draft namespace. For articles passing our "encyclopedic content" criteria, there is not a significant change in quality. We also find that articles do not gain quality more rapidly during their first 30 days since creation. In other words, ACTRIAL appears to be successful in reducing the creation of low-quality articles that would typically have been deleted.

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S.A.V.E. has demonstrated how a collaboration of municipalities, organizations and individuals can work together to accomplish a common purpose. Our great lake drives our passion and our future and deserves our very best. We are committed to its future and using our recent success in going forward.”

S.A.V. E.’s Honorary Chairman, Lake George Mayor Bob Blais

A Partnership for a Future Free of Invasives

Comprised of municipal leaders, conservation groups, and researchers, the S.A.V.E. (Stop Aquatic inVasives from Entering) Lake George Partnership was formed in late 2012 in response to the urgent need for a mandatory invasives prevention program. Prevention is widely viewed as the only way to protect the Lake–and a regional economy closely tied to its pristine waters–from the mounting invasives threat.

“The stakes could not be higher and the historic opportunity to save Lake George will slip from our hands unless we all act now.”

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S.A.V.E. began its efforts by forging a Memorandum of Understanding declaring the need for “a new mandatory boat inspection and decontamination program for Lake George…” A chief concern identified in the MOU was the “grave and imminent threat from aquatic invasive species, including Quagga mussels, that can spread when they are in juvenile, microscopic form, and are highly transportable by boats in engine waters, bilge waters, ballast waters, live well waters and anchors, as well as live bait containers.”

The agreement’s principal aim was a permanent program “to protect the water quality and public enjoyment of Lake George to the maximum extent practicable by proactively preventing the introduction of new aquatic invasive species.” The MOU also made clear the need to work in active partnership with the State of New York.

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The Developed Country NGO Delegation

The Developed Country NGO Delegation to the Board of the GF (also referred to as the ‘Civil Society Developed Country Constituency’ ) is represented on the Board by one elected Board Member (BM), one elected Alternate Board Member (ABM) and a designated Communication Focal Point (CFP).

The broader CS Developed Country constituency includes a number of Delegation members who are representatives of NGOs based in Western Europe, the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand as well as international NGOs headquartered in developed countries.

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Dear colleagues, I’d like to introduce you to the new Communications Focal Point for the Developed Country NGO Constituency – Jack MacAllister. Jack was most recently the Senior Policy Associate at amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research in Washington DC. Prior to amfAR he spent time with Médecins Sans Frontières and the African Health Policy […]

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The Developed Country NGO delegation was searching for a new Alternate Board Member for the term June 2016 – June 2018. Annemarie Meyer, the Director of Advocacy and Programmes for Malaria No More, UK,served as the Alternate Board Member from 1 June 2014. We would like to thank Annemarie for all her hard work she […]

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Please find the open call for nominations for a new alternate board member for the Developed Country NGO Delegation to the Global Fund Board. The closing date for nominations is 1 June 2016. Interviews are to be held on 2 June – 3 June 2016. The candidates should send applications with all required documents to: […]

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As agreed during the 2017-2022 Strategic KPI Framework session on the 27 April at the Board Meeting, we were asked to share any additional feedback on the KPI framework proposals with the Secretariat by 11 May. Please send your additional input to Beate Ramme-Fülle (rammefuelle@aids-kampagne.de)by no later than 10 May in order to find enough […]

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