Release status: stable
|License||GNU General Public License 3.0|
|Issues:||Open tasks · Report a bug|
Huggle was originally created for English Wikipedia, but it was later ported to other large Wikimedia projects as well. Since version 3 Huggle can be used for non-WMF wikis as well—see Manual:Huggle/Deploying for more information.
Huggle reads all edits made to MediaWiki sites in real time using various providers (such as EventStreams, IRC RC changes, or MW API) and presents them to the user for review. It also helps users identify unconstructive edits and allows them to be reverted quickly. Various mechanisms are used to draw conclusions as to whether an edit is constructive or not. Huggle also uses a number of self-learning mechanisms, including a global white-list and integrates ORES into its scores.
Support and Development chat is available on #huggle connect.
You can browse all extensions for Huggle in extension gallery.
You can helpEdit
If you like Huggle and want to help with its development, even if you do not understand its programming language, there are many ways in which you can contribute to this project. For instance you can improve project pages, write documentation, help on IRC, suggest new features or translate Huggle to more languages. Huggle translations are available on Translatewiki on this page. If you are interested in this project, you are welcome to join us, just insert your name into this table meta:Huggle/Members and include how you participate (example: translation / helping on feedback page or IRC), in case you want to become a developer, email one of the current repo maintainers / admins. Every little help is welcome!