Mar 30 2020
Do you have a solution for that?
Mar 23 2020
Update: We use a GDPR compliant Mailchimp
Mar 18 2020
Feb 10 2020
Icon: It is the same way of displaying as on constraint violations, so I would for now leave it this way.
Feb 3 2020
Seems fine to me – mockup above, screenshot below.
Jan 21 2020
I'll just ask you – I guess it won't fluctuate widely from month to month.
Thanks! This is what I needed. In case I need precise numbers for area-under-curve or so, I’ll create another task (I "integrated" via cumulative sums in Excel by now, so I might be off a measurement or so, but it is still enough as estimates)
Jan 14 2020
a column where each particular editor is represented by one row while the (pseudonymous) user column refers to some ID value which thus anonymizes the real user ID/username? I guess (2)?
Jan 13 2020
Jan 6 2020
"Heute ist der letzte Tag unserer Spendenkampagne" breaks the above definitions.
Jan 2 2020
Depends… I guess this is still relevant and unresolved as long as the target groups have not been defined somewhere, yet.
Dec 30 2019
What is also in vue’s favor but something that is not highlighted in the RFC is that the documentation is very good. This does not only mean comprehensive and not wrong, but also that there are different types of documentation for different usecases (Onboarding, General Learning, Reference). This was one of the key points when some colleagues and me were thinking about a new framework at WMDE. A lot of people come from PHP or OOUI rather than from other MVVM-frameworks. Thus, a good documentation which quickly shows people what the framework is about, is important. Since the js file of vue is sufficient, people can quickly try it out what the documentation tells them (there are also embedded examples, but maybe you want to try in a mediawiki-context or whatever)
Dec 19 2019
Dec 9 2019
The usual color for this is #808080, the opacity is set to 50%. Hovering over it now changes the color to #747474, leaving the opacity as is. If you don't know that there is a hover effect, you just don't see it.
Dec 5 2019
Dec 4 2019
It could also be always in the center of the remaining area or at the 3/4part of the remaining area. It just is easier to build when it has a fixed position. Devs can also take this apart and estimate pointer position adjustment separately.
proposed solution in ticket.
Dec 2 2019
I cant reproduce this. When I go to spenden… click "5€" and press ENTER, it does nothing.
Nov 29 2019
Nov 28 2019
Nov 27 2019
It seems that keeping the value in the field is the standard, thus I would suggest also keeping the numbers. (or in general: Do whatever the standard input-for-numbers behavior on the device is)
The larger problem might be that we attach a €-Character directly to the input, which leads to confusing appearances and disappearances of the € and makes hitting the right spot with your cursor harder (since "after the number" needs to be in the small spot "before the €"). Biggest gain for the field is getting rid of overwriting the value and showing the € via CSS.
Nov 21 2019
Text for message: "Die E-Mail-Adresse scheint nicht korrekt zu sein. Eine E-Mail-Addresse kann z.B. so aussehen: email@example.com"
Nov 19 2019
@Jan_Dittrich I did not properly get the hover colors. Should all of them share the same hover color?
Nov 5 2019
The radio buttons on "Spenden als..." should be vertically arranged
Nov 4 2019
Oct 31 2019
Oct 30 2019
Is that intentional or an oversight?
Oct 29 2019
Oct 28 2019
The form should be responsive (e.g. label goes to the top of input fields) - This variant might also be used for the email campaign in the first week of Nov
Oct 25 2019
See issue at https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T236465
Different sizes (at least on Firefox)
Oct 23 2019
Just for the sake of not loosing the information: I noted that there seems to be something like a standard pattern of how other web-tech-based projects deal with this, namely the pattern of:
Oct 22 2019
final figma mockup is pasted in the ticket. It is to be found where the previous mockup has been.
it gets a bit cramped in this grey box with the 4 question columns.
Oct 21 2019
We (WMDE SWE FUN Tech) do not know what our actions should be here. If this is a task for us, please speak with someone from the team @Christine_Domgoergen_WMDE
@JanJaquemot Thanks for the test – we found out that Safari for Windows is not updated 2012 and we do not support it (also the share of visitors is 0,…% on Wikipedia.de)
Oct 16 2019
I wonder if it would make sense not to test against the old banner (which is what I would read from the description above) but against a copy of this new banner, but with the address switch hidden.
So, if I understand correctly, the banner would:
- start with a the usual vertical, right-hand-form
- on making the browser smaller, switch to the full-width form
- when the browser becomes even smaller, the full width form would have another step where the Kontonummer etc. is below the form.
This is a layout that does not exist in this banner, since it makes the banner too high.
@Jan_Dittrich what about the vertical form of this design? We would need that too. Or is this provided somehow else?
It seems to be ready to go, they all have nice yellow batches, now :)
Oct 15 2019
As for getting the relation of clicks:
Oct 14 2019
Oct 9 2019
I also show a static warning message. However, I find not having it dynamically problematic usability-wise since we do not use the word "value" in our UI, so it is likely that people do not understand the not-dynamic message using the term "value" (Except if they already know "Wikidata-speak", but this is something they need to learn from others, so it is not cool for new users).
The above mockup says "remove message" which is pretty much what it does. It does not say "the edit is fine" or an equivalent, since this would probably need more words than I can fit on a button. Also it currently has no fixed semantic meaning, so removing it for one user is what is happening. When we have the 3rd milestone we need a more elaborate UI which gives some explanation for the now shared assertion of fine/not fine, probably in a popup.