|Resolved||• BGerstle-WMF||T116231 As a user, I would like to "picture of the day" on my feed.|
|Resolved||• BGerstle-WMF||T119668 As a user, I can see the picture of day in my feed|
Checked with 22.214.171.1242
The screenshot is for iPhone6S+
These screenshots are from iPad mini:
- iPhone 5 iOS 9.02 - Today's picture is not shown upon update. Only upon clean install. Might be one time thing.
- 3D touch on iOS 6S+ crashes the app - filed as T119684: [126.96.36.1992] Crash with 3D touch on the picture of the day .
@BGerstle-WMF few things.
- the picture is coming from commons photo of the day. I was thinking about wikipedia picture of the day
- the header needs to go inside the picture. the spec for that is on the mock. the icons, font sizes and paddings are same as what you have here, it's just the picture needs to go behind the header. and have the same gradient that you are using on bottom (upside down though)
apart from that, this looks great though :)
@Aklapper just looked and there's already a comment describing the approach we're taking. That said, this is also part of a larger question we'd like to pose about how we curate & publish content in a standard way across wikis. For example, all of the Wikipedias have their own POTD (or something similar) which functions in a completely different way, same with featured articles, in the news, etc. The only task I can think of off the top of my head which might address this is T105845, which is essentially an RFC for more discrete "page components" that can separate data from presentation, which could allow us to query POTD metadata w/o having to scrape the page.
@Nirzar you're right, I did intend to do that but it requires some more feed refactoring, and wanted to get its current form in master so you guys could see it last weekend. My hunch is that you and @JMinor would rather be able to tap on the POTD at this point, so I'm going to work on T119669 before circling back to update the POTD feed section to match the spec. Sound OK?