|mediawiki/extensions/MobileFrontend||master||+100 -152||Promote alpha header to beta|
|mediawiki/extensions/Gather||master||+2 -2||Update dependency|
|Resolved||bmansurov||T101295 Promote current alpha header to beta (for 1 month)|
|Resolved||bmansurov||T102946 [Regression] Navigating directly to /wiki/Foo#/search breaks the search overlay close button|
|Resolved||bmansurov||T101145 New alpha header: search icon is missing in alpha on /Special:MobileMenu?mobileaction=alpha when JS is disabled|
|Resolved||bmansurov||T105066 Search form should not show on article pages in alpha when JS is disabled|
- Mentioned In
- T105878: Browser tests failing for Gather
rMEXT09c196337b55: Updated mediawiki/extensions Project: mediawiki/extensions/MobileFrontend…
rEMFR683423bcd045: Promote alpha header to beta
rEGATd16fbdadb0a4: Update dependency
rMEXT1e2babb430da: Updated mediawiki/extensions Project: mediawiki/extensions/Gather…
- Mentioned Here
- T106272: Analyze Beta header numbers. Plan when/how to move it or remove it.
T105880: [Regression] Gather onboarding and new main menu in beta not compatible
T102188: Add 'Active' and 'My collections' tabs to tab between active and my collections
Metrics: The goal is to measure impact on hamburger menu clicks (on icon and items) and search (start, click on result). 2 weeks might be sufficient for this.
Context: Early in the quarter we determined that this header is probably not our 'next header', but since it was almost ready to ship, I wanted to see how the design elements are playing out.
Not sure if this is meant to be in this sprint so clarification above required before reviewing.
To reply to https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T101295#1370349
Personally I think we are using beta completely wrong in this case, but I reserve judgement here. It feels like we would get better data around this menu using a prototype from @pizzzacat there are far too many different things in beta to be able to measure impact on main menu clicks accurately, and even if we could trust the data I doubt it would be useful.