Toni Ferro

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Toni Ferro is an author.

Publications

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Formalization and community investment in wikipedia's regulating texts: The role of essays Computer-mediated communication
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
Sociotechnical systems
Wiki
SIGDOC'09 - Proceedings of the 27th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication English 2009 This poster presents ongoing research on how discursive and editing behaviors are regulated on Wikipedia by means of documented rules and practices. Our analysis focuses on three types of collaboratively-created policy document (policies, guidelines and essays), that have been formalized to different degrees and represent different degrees of community investment. We employ a content analysis methodology to explore how these regulating texts differ according to a) the aspects of editor behavior, content standards and community principles that they address, and b) how they are used by Wikipedians engaged in 'talk' page discussions to inform, persuade and coordinate with one another. 0 0
Formalization and community investment in wikipedia's regulating texts: the role of essays Computer-mediated communication
Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
Sociotechnical systems
Wiki
SIGDOC English 2009 0 0
Using user-centered design to discover motivation and priorities in an established online community Online community
User-centered design
Wikipedia
SIGDOC'09 - Proceedings of the 27th ACM International Conference on Design of Communication English 2009 This poster presents our work using a face-to-face user-centered design method to inform the design of a reputation visualization for an established online community. The benefits of conducting an offline group session with online community members included insights into motivation and priorities, an understanding of community norms, and a member check on previous findings. 0 0