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Administration

Page history last edited by anjaliramachandran@... 12 years, 8 months ago

Since the whole idea of a wiki, and especially this particular one, is crowdsourcing, I'd be more than happy to add you as an administrator if you know of examples that should be listed but aren't. Just email me at anjali@madebymany.co.uk and I'll set you up as an administrator.

 

If you contribute to this wiki, don't forget to add your name to the 'Contributors' list, which can be easily accessed via the Side Bar. 

 

Thanks!

Comments (6)

Shaun Abrahamson said

at 1:25 am on Mar 30, 2009

Question about organization of the site.

What do we do with "infrastructure" such as Amazon's Mechanical Turk or Google's Moderator? Seems like there are a growing list of tools but not sure its useful to lump into the "individual business or sites..." section.

Best
Shaun

Al Simonds said

at 6:25 am on Mar 31, 2009

Do you want to add another business? Or do you want me to add it?

UserTesting.com
Usability Testing
USA

anjaliramachandran@... said

at 9:08 am on Mar 31, 2009

Shaun - Amazon's Mechanical Turk is already in the 'Brand-sponsored crowdsourcing initiatives' category, which you can access via the Side Bar or the Front Page, as is Google's TipJar, which is a Moderator project. Please feel free to add Moderator as a separate entry as well.

Al - I'm adding it now :) Please feel free to add others if you know of any.

Kitty Gifford said

at 10:12 am on Apr 20, 2009

http://www.camclickr.org
This game-like environment that helps the Cornell Lab of Ornithology to organize and tag our catalog of images saved from the NestCams (http://www.nestcams.org) project.

Yves Luo said

at 1:40 am on Jun 30, 2009

http://www.datadiscoverers.com
This is a academic research and data collection business.

Bryan Meadan said

at 1:53 am on Dec 14, 2009

http://jobspooler.com
This is a new crowdsourcing site still in beta and is a platform for dividing jobs into smaller tasks.

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