Mmmmmm! Nice. This is what it means to persuade users into editing. Give them a taste of what they can do, based on what they have already been doing. This way, they'll never be bored. Such things are of great importance to local language wikipedias.
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For your information.
SuggestBot is a program that attempts to help Wikipedia users find pages to edit based on their past contributions. If you want to try it out and get some personalized recommendations, please leave your user name on our request list. You can also sign up to receive suggestions regularly. If you're wondering what the bot's recommendations looks like, you can find an example on Nettrom's user talk page.
SuggestBot uses a variety of algorithms, including standard information retrieval and collaborative filtering techniques, to make suggestions. Most of it runs at the GroupLens Research Lab on various machines, some parts also run on the Wikimedia Toolserver. The recommendations are done based on downloading a list of a user's contributions (to avoid recommending articles they've recently edited). The bot was originally developed by ForteTuba.