Right now, the Signpost is difficult to read on mobile devices. I'd like to investigate how the HTML can he modified to be responsive.
Some background: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia_talk:Wikipedia_Signpost&oldid=706707892#Mobile_view_not_great
Copying over a quote from Wikipedia Weekly: mobile viewing been a problem since I was the editor of the Signpost. Without a tech person to design for that, and with 90%+ of the readers coming from the desktop site already anyway, it was hard to justify sinking so much time into addressing the problem. The planned alternative was a mobile app that a staffer kindly built on their own time in 2012, but it broke in 2013 and was not fixed.
Other pages with issues on mobile:
Please add some projects to this task. I doubt signpost changes are in scope for phabricator really.
I've since mostly fixed this without templatestyles btw. It relies on several techniques, like columns, flexbox enhancements and viewport relative dimensions..
There's still some on and off problems though, because the structure is VERY critical now, and editors of articles tend to easily break it.