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RE: Name on HostBot
I've recently been inactive but I plan to come back and be active as of now, so I would like my name to still be on the List, if that's at all possible.
Message of HostBot's invite to TeaHouse
After receiving an invite from HostBot, I got interested in how HostBot had chosen user from all TeaHouse hosts (and finding answer here), I got really interested in HostBot, and read through stack trace of sending an invite. During that I noticed, that HostBot chooses text of the invite randomly from two different strings. Those two texts convey kinda different messages to the receiver of invite. Wouldn't it be better to merge them, so that the receiver can get a better picture about TeaHouse when reading the invite? --andrybak (talk) 19:05, 10 January 2015 (UTC)
- Hi Andrybak, yep for a while this year I was helping some researchers run a mini-experiment to see if serving up peer support appeals vs. expert support appeals led to different outcomes. But that research project kind of disintegrated, and I hadn't bothered to update the code. I've done so now: the bot will be back to a single generic message that mentions both veterans and newcomers tomorrow. Good eyes :) Also, welcome (back?) to enwiki! Cheers, - J-Mo Talk to Me Email Me 01:44, 13 January 2015 (UTC)
Hi! You're absolutely correct! As it was my first edit I was really just feeling it out.
As a further edit, does this seem to present a more neutral view? User:Michaelhyer/Bruce_Hyer
A barnstar for you!
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I appreciate your hard work, and you are completely correct!
Michaelhyer (talk) 21:08, 12 January 2015 (UTC)