@schoenbaechler One question about the Black theme:
Currently the Toolbar color in our Black theme is base14, and this is the color that's also used as the background in the onboarding illustration.
However, this is different from the mock that we see in Zeplin, which has base10 as the toolbar color.
Sat, Nov 9
Thu, Nov 7
This isn't very difficult to add, but wouldn't it have security implications? (i.e. wouldn't it reduce the anonymity of the user?)
@schoenbaechler What is the color group name for that circle? (color_group_?)
Wed, Nov 6
thanks for verifying!
Tue, Nov 5
Mon, Nov 4
@Sharvaniharan What is currently blocking this task?
And just one other question about "disabling" the feature because of too many reverts:
What does the user have to do to re-enable the feature? (What is the path to redemption?)
When the tablet is in landscape mode, the screen will look something like this:
which will require the user to scroll down to see the other task(s). This is not a good use of screen space. Is it OK if we just use the same presentation for the tasks regardless of display size?
@schoenbaechler Thanks! Please see comments below.
Sat, Nov 2
Sorry about that -- we'll release a maintenance update to address this issue sometime next week. Until then, you may also use the Alpha version of the app.
Fri, Nov 1
Thu, Oct 31
As ever, this will depend on how much effort we want to exert (and how much time we'll have) to add more bells and whistles to the Announcement card.
Some replies and notes:
Wed, Oct 30
@schoenbaechler How does this look:
@schoenbaechler A few more notes:
Image caption and article description icons have been updated. Please also consider the 70% opacity of the icons (Zeplin).
@schoenbaechler Where can I find the assets for these icons? I'm not seeing them in Zeplin.
Mon, Oct 28
A silly issue that should now be resolved. @Matanya Please check again with the latest alpha.
@schoenbaechler Everything should now match the designs precisely. Also, if you keep refreshing the screen (by swiping down), it will cycle through the different states of edit quality (perfect, excellent, good, etc), so you can see what they look like. At our next check-in, let's briefly discuss additional design considerations for tablets.
Fri, Oct 25
A couple of questions for folks:
- Do we have a URL for the "Editing tips and tricks" link?
- Do we actually want to call it "Editing tips and tricks"? (i.e. should there be tricks to making edits?)
- Can we just have a single link instead of two, namely the one for "Suggested edits help page"?
- The help page for blocked IP addresses seems to exist only in English. Is there a list of similar pages for other language wikis? At least the major ones?
Thu, Oct 24
This was indeed a mistake, and will be fixed with our next sync with TWN.
Tue, Oct 22
I'm not sure what the apps can do about this on the client side. The apps merely consume an API that tells us what the trending articles are. If we want to clean up trending results that are being artificially inflated, we should do this on the server side (in the task that you linked).
The apps will receive the new language automatically, and will contain the new language in our next update.
Mon, Oct 21
Agreed, and done.
This seems to be working for me.
Are you sure you're using the latest app?
Fri, Oct 18
whoops, didn't actually mean to close the task, just leave a comment.
@cooltey There shouldn't be anything for us to do with this task. The article and/or template should be edited to behave better on mobile.
Wed, Oct 16
Here is how it looks on my device (Pixel 2) in mobile web:
This does not seem related to the app, since the presentation is similarly messed up in mobile web. The specific article should simply be edited to use mobile-friendly templates/styles.