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wikipedia author blame

I mark a word and get who authored it and when
  (+2, -1)
(+2, -1)
  [vote for,
against]

Or get an analysis of the version I'm looking at and each word or phrase's original author with a link to that version.
pashute, Aug 03 2021

Wikipedia page history https://en.wikipedi...i/Help:Page_history
shows the order in which edits were made to any editable Wikipedia page, the difference between any two revisions, and a menu of special external tools [a1, Aug 04 2021]

Wiki Blame https://en.wikipedi...Wikipedia:WikiBlame
[a1, Aug 04 2021]

World is ruled by Wikipedians! https://en.wikipedi...kipedia:Wikipedians
They are everywhere [4and20, Aug 04 2021]

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       how does the author of a word tell everyone else what the word signifies?
sninctown, Aug 03 2021
  

       There appears to have been a sea change in Wikipedian demographics. At one time the majority of major contributors were British, but now the highest percentage of (general?) contributors are living the U.S. Not especially well-educated either. I have wondered more than once if there is an Anglo bias to entries and whether the entries in other languages are written by foreigners or merely a form of translation.
4and20, Aug 04 2021
  

       I'm pretty sure some of the historical articles in English have been written by a native speakers of non-English languages, then translated into English, not vice versa. For example, if you look at Wikipedia articles in English about Mexican history or Bolivarianism, I'm pretty sure at least some of them were written by native Spanish speakers. However, there does seem to be an Anglo bias to the extent that the non-English entries about what should be universal (not specifically Anglophone) matters often (not always) seem shorter than the equivalent articles in English (so not translations).
pertinax, Aug 04 2021
  

       [-] because this seem to already exist with current page history and wiki blame tools. I might turn that into a [+] though if you can explain how your idea is different or better.
a1, Aug 04 2021
  

       ^ I have noticed that [paschute] never replies to questions asked about his/her idea and would fishbone for lack of interest in ones own idea. but i won’t
xandram, Aug 04 2021
  
      
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