Why are we doing this?
Now that this feature has been successfully rolled out across most languages and sees a significant amount of usage, we should start addressing the problem that users who like adding new descriptions can soon find themselves without easily findable opportunities to add more of them. (This could also be a reason why the usage rate of the feature appears to have slowly but steadily declined after the initial three-language rollout at the end of March.)
We could include, say, three articles lacking description on the "done" screen, drawn from https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Special:EntitiesWithoutDescription , and ideally restricted to articles highly related to the one that the user just added a description to.
Separately (for returning users), we could include a version of https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Special:EntitiesWithoutDescription somewhere else in the interface.
When I have proven myself as an editor of good standing, I want to be shown more articles requiring descriptions, so that I can grow my contributions to Wikipedia.
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