By diving into Wikipedia's open volumes of edit histories, the software counts the degree to which any given contributor's work survives subsequent edits by other people. In general, the less tinkering your work on Wikipedia engenders, the more trustworthy you are deemed to be. That system is not foolproof, as accurate contributions might get quickly overwritten in articles on contentious topics.

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