@mewoph -- I am okay with not adding new events for these swipes. It's a level of analytics granularity that I don't think we'll get to, since there are so many other things about "add a link" we need to analyze.
@mewoph -- I think this task is well-developed enough to work on. Please do proceed!
@Trizek-WMF -- have you heard of this happening with more users? Or have you heard of it happening in the past?
Sat, Sep 18
Fri, Sep 17
I'm going to bring this task up with the team next week, and perhaps we'll write the patch, and then know that we can deploy it at anytime. Then we'll pick a date and announce it.
@Urbanecm_WMF -- please feel free to do this on Monday whenever you're ready.
Thank you for this idea, @Iniquity, and for patrolling newcomer tasks on your wiki. I think the idea makes sense, and we're going to save it for a future time to work on, perhaps at a hackathon or other event.
@Trizek-WMF @Sdkb -- I've thought about this, and I don't think we should make a change here. I've been worrying about how wordy our features are, and whether users can actually consume so much info. There's so much we want to tell newcomers when they're first editing, and they have limited capacity to absorb. On this screen, for instance, if they get the idea that Facebook and Twitter are not sources, then that's a big win -- layering on the concepts of reputability and not using Wikipedia might be too much for this moment. Hopefully in future features, we figure out how to teach these more subtle ideas.
@Urbanecm_WMF -- I am fine with you making this change to mention the banner from the page in a note at the top. Please go ahead!
@Tgr -- I made this task a child of the one you mentioned.
@RHo -- in new vector, the username still links to the homepage. With this change, would this be an additional route to the homepage? So there would be two ways: click your username, or click "home" in the dropdown?
@OTichonova -- do you have an opinion on whether the prefix search is important?
It might also be valuable to identify a theory on the case of which types of filters should be applied at which points of the architecture. Should some be applied by Platform team and some by Growth team? Or all by one team?
@Tgr -- moving this to Ready for Development so that we can start looking into it.
Thu, Sep 16
@nettrom_WMF -- could you please modify the description if you think this should work differently?
Wed, Sep 15
Thanks for this idea, @kostajh. I'm going to ask some other PMs what they have done in this "feature announcement" domain.
@Tgr -- yes, that is the correct behavior. Thank you!
@Trizek-WMF -- could you say more about why this is important? Have you heard users ask for it?
@Tgr -- I was thinking that once the user reached the quota, we would not offer them any way to open new image tasks (e.g. they might be grayed out and unclickable in the feed), and so we would not need UX for visiting when having reached the quota. Same for trying to save a task -- we wouldn't let them get that far. But perhaps @RHo will prefer a UX where they are allowed to get that far.
@Sdkb -- thanks for pointing out that task. I actually noticed today that the message has been slimmed down (see below). Do you know of a conversation on enwiki where this change was discussed? I would be interested to see how the community is thinking about it.
@kostajh -- the reason it's plural is because we're referring to the many images the user will encounter as they hopefully do many of the tasks. Since our flow keeps feeding them tasks via the post-edit dialog, the idea is that this one explanation of the task will apply to a whole series that they'll encounter.
@Trizek-WMF -- I checked what you asked in this comment:
Tue, Sep 14
Thanks for asking, @mewoph. I'm going to generate these numbers, and I'll plan to do it during the week of October 27.
Mon, Sep 13
@Trizek-WMF -- looking over the comments here, maybe this wiki is unblocked? Because we could give them "add a link"?
Sat, Sep 11
@Trizek-WMF @Dyolf77_WMF @Urbanecm_WMF @PPham @Ankan_WMF -- though I think this logic works well in English Wikipedia, I'm not sure how well it translates to other wikis. I don't know whether the keywords "File" and "thumb" will work. Plus, even if they do work, perhaps it is the custom in your wikis to use the local language keywords.
Assigned to @RHo to think about these parts: