We can think of several editing workflows that could be structured, along with the help of algorithms. Here are some examples. Which of these workflows do you think have the most potential to be structured? Which ones would be useful for the wiki and which ones not useful? Are there others you can think of?
- Add a link: algorithm recommends words or phrases that should be blue links, on articles that don't have many blue links. Newcomer decides whether the link really should be added and adds it.
- Add an image: algorithm recommends images from Commons that might belong in the article. Newcomer decides if it is a good fit for the article and adds it.
- Add a reference: algorithm recommends sentences or sections that need references. Newcomer goes out to find references and adds them in.
- Add a section: algorithm recommends section headers that could be used to expand a short article. Newcomer finds sources and adds content.