Fri, Aug 16
Not a bug per se, more of a complaint for a lack of a feature. I like Wikipedia, I use it
quite frequently and I appreciate your efforts. However, until you give me a completely
secure and safe way to donate money, you won’t get anything from me. It needs to be safe,
secure, and anonymous. I will not handover financial information, period. I am requesting
Apple Pay. If you put that into the app, I’ll donate monthly. Until then, nothing.
This seems to be an issue in iOS 12 as well, per chore wheel reports. Bumping the priority on this...
Wed, Aug 14
Mon, Aug 12
Another example: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_767, then search for the word "safe"
Sat, Aug 10
Fri, Aug 9
Per IM convo, lets do the simple solution of returning to search without the stack for the quick win, and we can revisit final behavior in 6.4
Ideally (b) -- that is the stack should be restored when returing after search before the cutoff. However if this is significant re-work for the state restoration it is not absolutely vital.
Tue, Aug 6
Can we retest this now with 6.3.1 and current server. In particular adding an article with a redirected title would be helpful to retest.
Mon, Aug 5
Something to test in app on iOS 13. Looks like it might only apply to web.
Fri, Aug 2
Thu, Aug 1
Hey all, on the app side we're dealing with a fairly high and increasing volume of complaints/reviews/emails about blocks. In the mobile context many of our messages are too long, refer to specific desktop UI elements or are not user understandable. We'd like to help improve these in any way we can. In the propsoal to build this abstract service, for example, we would appreciate considering these issues in the abstraction and potentially providing a path to mobile, api and/or app specific strings. We'd also be willing/able to contibute design and product time to writing English strings which are more usable across clients.