Indicators and coordinates are essential to many Wikipedia articles. Featured or protected status, or the georeferenced content are used across a wide variety of projects. Historically, these where placed with the topicon class, which placed them to the right of the title. Several months after the indicators where introduced most of these where moved to indicators, but coordinates remained with an specific positioning.
Nowadays, there's not any standard way to insert coordinates, but most of the wikis have adopted a version where the coordinates are displayed just below the title line, at the right. Most of Wikipedia versions have indicators above this line.
After iterations with the new Vector style and after moving the language selector to the right above the title line, indicators have moved down, creating a whitespace (T282027), and coordinates are causing problems (T281974). As we are doing some desktop improvements, there should be a standarized best practice to display both indicators and coordinates, and maybe coordinates should be moved inside the indicator tag.
Since there was an dedicated place for these with the topicon style, they should remain to the right of the title.
German Wikivoyage has a good proposal in this direction, making the display of indicators and coordinates more stable, visually interesting.
Adding a good practice and promoting it may make this desktop improvements project more interesting.