Every time I send someone a screenshot of Twitter, I get asked one of these questions:
What's that [normal/questionable/disruptive/problematic] label next to the name?
Why's that person's name [green/red]?
So I decided to create this page so I don't need to answer each individually.
The Bot Sentinel extension adds a label next to users' names indicating how confident it is that this user is a disruptive bot, or is otherwise toxic to the platform. It looks like this:
This extension classifies users across many platforms (Twitter, Reddit, Wikipedia, etc.) as either trans-friendly or anti-trans. If a user is trans-friendly, their name will be green:
If a user is anti-trans, their name will show up as red:
These classifications are submitted by users and are live if they "pass some trustworthiness criteria (including human validation)". You can learn more about the extension's classification guidelines, why it exists, and downloads on its website.
Make Trump Tweets Eight Again
Just a silly extension that turns Donald Trump's tweets into a crayon-like font. You can see it in action above. Thought it was funny. Available here.