|Resolved||Jdlrobson||T78430 [Epic] Getting Wikidata to render nicely on mobile web|
|Open||None||T158181 Aim for workflow equivalence for MediaWiki on desktop and mobile web|
|Open||None||T95878 [Story] Make Wikidata editable on mobile web|
|Open||None||T95649 Create and document a stable framework for extending the Wikibase UI|
|Stalled||None||T40968 Keyboard-navigability of the repo UI|
|Open||None||T54136 [Epic] Redesign Item UI for Wikidata repo|
|Duplicate||None||T64554 Tag protected items with a padlock|
|Open||None||T12347 Add page indicator to show that the page being viewed is protected|
|Resolved||matmarex||T25796 Provide a way to set page meta-data flags ("featured article", "protected", etc.), configure which ones are available for a wiki, and display icons indicating these statuses|
|Resolved||aude||T92384 create gadget for showing padlock on protected item pages|
(In reply to James Forrester from comment #2)
(In reply to Bartosz Dziewoński from comment #1)
Is this considered a Wikidata-specific issue?
Or is it just the Wikibase-specific (?) side of bug 10347?
This would be the Wikibase-specific version :). In general this is a good idea that should be implemented - not something only Wikidata should have.
Please note that the padlock icons seen in some Wikipedias are nothing but templates with an <img> tag and a bit of CSS. It's not an element of the software, neither core nor extensions. I don't think we should implement this as part of Wikibase. If the community wants this to be a software feature then it needs to go into core (or an extension) in a way that can be re-used on Wikibase entity pages.