T274831 and T277329 implemented the user talk page empty state experience.
While implemented for both logged in and logged out users, the design implemented in those two tickets assumed you were logged in.
This task is about extending this approach to draft new interface copy that is explicitly designed for anon users who are viewing their "own" user talk page.
Understanding the purpose of the page
- As an IP editor who has clicked a link to the not-yet-created user talk page associated with the IP address I am currently using, I want to understand this page is specifically associated with the IP address I am currently accessing Wikipedia from, so that I do not post a message to this page and expect other people to see/respond to what I am saying.
- As an IP editor who has clicked a link to the not-yet-created user talk page associated with the IP address I am currently using, I want to know other people may use this same IP address to edit Wikipedia, so that I am not surprised when I revisit this page to find messages about edits I did NOT make.
Creating an account
- As an IP editor who has clicked a link to the not-yet-created user talk page associated with the IP address I am currently using, I want to know how I can create an account, so that I can avoid being confused with other people (read: IP users) and prevent the IP address I am using from appearing on Wikipedia.
We will [likely] build off of/reuse the mockups implemented in T277329/T274831.
UI copy to be added here. To see the current experience at en.wiki, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:2601:2C7:4480:49E0:BD0E:C5BB:EDA5:D2C5&action=edit&redlink=1.
- When possible, all documentation links should lead to local help pages.
- In cases where local help pages do not exist, documentation links should lead people to a mediawiki.org help page that appears in their UI language.
- Copy is written that satisfies the ===User stories above
- Copy is implemented