[Proteopedia] questioning accuracy of list of updated pages

lsprilus at weizmann.ac.il lsprilus at weizmann.ac.il
Tue Feb 10 00:19:56 EST 2009

According to "Wayne Decatur" <wdecatur at yahoo.com>:
> Is there some human editing that goes into the listed results of the script that sends a daily list of pages that have been changed or are new? Or is it missing things? I have reason to question the accuracy of it since I added information about references to the Help:Editing page and several pages under of my own user pages (for now) recently and the script output posted on the list has me contributing last on December 30th.

Dear Wayne,

Thank you for keeping an eye on the "new/updated pages" script.
The daily report is generated and sent without human intervention.

The script is accurate and reports every new/updated page based on 
the rules defined at the time the script was created:

- Report pages from the Main and User Namespace (ie, Help: is ignored)
- Skip pages contributed by OCA
- A page will be reported only once for a given user
- Excludes Sandbox and Workbench pages 

These rules can be modified, and I'll be happy in receiving suggestions.

The script runs and email the list once a day to a list of addresses.
I can simply add the proteopedialist address for everyone to get a copy. 

 Dr Jaime Prilusky                      | Jaime.Prilusky at weizmann.ac.il
 Head of Bioinformatics ISPC            |
 R&D Bioinformatics and Data Management |
 Weizmann Institute of Science          | fax: 972-8-9344113
 76100 Rehovot - Israel                 | tel: 972-8-9344959

 OCA, http://oca.weizmann.ac.il (the protein structure/function database)
 Proteopedia, http://www.proteopedia.org (because life has more than 2D)

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