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State Machine Replication a subtopic of Replication but does not reference it[edit]

Add a link from replication (computing) to state machine replication. The other direction is covered. This is also an opportunity to improve consistency between these two related articles.

Draft: Brainchip[edit]

could someone review the Draft:Brainchip page? Birdmanoftech (talk), 13 January 2023 (UTC)

Project-independent quality assessments[edit]

See Wikipedia:Village pump (proposals)#Project-independent quality assessments. This proposes support for quality assessment at the article level, recorded in {{WikiProject banner shell}}, and inherited by the wikiproject banners. However, wikiprojects that prefer to use custom approaches to quality assessment can continue to do so. Aymatth2 (talk) 20:27, 6 February 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Articles related to tensors in machine learning[edit]

We now have several articles dealing with tensors in statistical computing and machine learning — both theory (Multiway data analysis, Multilinear subspace learning, Tensor (machine learning), Tensor decomposition) and specific technologies (PyTorch, TensorFlow). Some of these articles were made recently and have just a few contributors. I thought I'd mention them here, in case there was broader interest in editing around this topic. Mgnbar (talk) 08:07, 19 March 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]


I worked on an article about Confidential Computing. Tried to make it as objective and well-referenced as possible. Seeking review and suggestions. Note, I'm affiliated with a related non-profit industry group and will abide by all rules regarding conflicts. All help appreciated. Thanks! -HudsonAttests (talk) 20:59, 30 March 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Project-independent quality assessments[edit]

Quality assessments by Wikipedia editors rate articles in terms of completeness, organization, prose quality, sourcing, etc. Most wikiprojects follow the general guidelines at Wikipedia:Content assessment, but some have specialized assessment guidelines. A recent Village pump proposal was approved and has been implemented to add a |class= parameter to {{WikiProject banner shell}}, which can display a general quality assessment for an article, and to let project banner templates "inherit" this assessment.

No action is required if your wikiproject follows the standard assessment approach. Over time, quality assessments will be migrated up to {{WikiProject banner shell}}, and your project banner will automatically "inherit" any changes to the general assessments for the purpose of assigning categories.

However, if your project has decided to "opt out" and follow a non-standard quality assessment approach, all you have to do is modify your wikiproject banner template to pass {{WPBannerMeta}} a new |QUALITY_CRITERIA=custom parameter. If this is done, changes to the general quality assessment will be ignored, and your project-level assessment will be displayed and used to create categories, as at present. Aymatth2 (talk) 13:45, 10 April 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Thanks -- concretely, does this mean we should replace
:{{WikiProject banner shell|collapsed=yes|1=
:{{WikiProject Computer science |importance=high |class=GA}}
:{{WikiProject Computing |importance=high |class=GA |software=yes}}
:{{WikiProject banner shell|collapsed=yes|class=GA|1=
:{{WikiProject Computer science |importance=high }}
:{{WikiProject Computing |importance=high |software=yes}}
Or will this be done automatically by bots?
Caleb Stanford (talk) 19:44, 10 April 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

I saw there is a draft for Neural Radiance Fields. It may be of interest to members of this project. Thriley (talk) 16:24, 14 April 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]