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STiki showing vandalism
STiki showing vandalism
Developer(s)Andrew G. West ([1] (advisor)
Initial releaseJune 2010; 8 years ago (2010-06)
Stable release
2.1 / April 10, 2018; 7 months ago (2018-04-10)
Written inJava
PlatformJava SE
Available inEnglish
TypeVandalism detection on Wikipedia

STiki is a tool used to detect and revert vandalism or other unconstructive edits on Wikipedia, available to trusted users. STiki chooses edits to show to end users; if a displayed edit is judged to be vandalism, STiki then streamlines the reversion and warning process. STiki facilitates collaboration in reverting vandalism; centrally stored lists of edits to be inspected are served to STiki users to reduce redundant effort. STiki is not a Wikipedia bot: it is an intelligent routing tool that directs human users to potential vandalism for definitive classification.

To date, STiki has been used to revert 1,158,120 edits that its users have identified as vandalism, spam, or otherwise unconstructive (see the leaderboard and editor milestones).


Front-end GUI, distributed as an executable *.JAR. After unzipping, double-click the *.JAR file to launch (Windows, OS X), or issue the terminal command "java -jar STiki_exec_[date].jar" (Unix).
STiki remains in active development, both the front-end GUI and back-end scoring systems. Check back frequently for updated versions.
Full source for the GUI and back-end server. Library dependencies (IRC and JDBC) are not included.
Also available statically: STiki Source (2.0 mB) --- Link Processing Component (114 kB; may have deprecated/broken API code)
Note that this also contains the source for the WikiAudit tool
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português: Wikipédia:STiki