@RHo -- looking at the work we have coming up and the amount of time we've spent on this element, I think we'll need to leave it the way it is for now. Could you please file a separate issue with the idea to show the full string on hover, and we'll prioritize it separately?
Wed, Dec 11
Thanks for noticing this, @Etonkovidova. I merged it into the already existing T238317: Newcomer tasks: medium difficulty label goes out of background in Czech.
@kostajh -- please feel free to close this if it is going to be fixed in one of the patches that is currently riding the train.
Okay, I'll put this back in Ready for Development so we can get the icon right.
Thank you! I think it looks good!
Maybe @Halfak can help us make this decision a little farther down the line, once the models are rebuilt. @Halfak -- basically, we want to return articles to users with high confidence of being associated with the topic they chose, but we also want to sort them randomly in some way, because we don't want to only sort by ORES score, and then always have the top scoring article for, say, "Sports", show up first for every user that selects "Sports". We don't want to implement a way to track which articles have been shown to which users, so we're sorting randomly as a shortcut.
I also tested this out in beta labs, and the ratios are looking good to me. I added a checklist to the task description showing the steps we've gone through. I am now putting this back in Ready for Development to be deployed. We'll discuss as a team exactly when to deploy.
@Catrope -- how will your implementation handle users who change their preferences manually? Does it, like, automatically turn off help panel if a user turns off homepage? Or is more like it sets them both on for a user, but then whatever happens after that is up to the user?
@RHo -- thanks. I made comments and edits in the document.
Tue, Dec 10
@kostajh @Tgr @RHo @nettrom_WMF -- thanks for your patience while it took me time to get to this conversation. My first question is: this proposal to switch from client-side to server-side, this is sort of a potential brainstorm discussion, right? There isn't a current urgent reason we need to pursue it on any specific timeframe, right?
I have been successfully using this. Thank you!
@Tgr -- we already employ randomization now, to make sure users don't all get the same articles based on the difficulty filters. Do we need to think about it differently for topics? I was thinking we would handle it the same way.
@Trizek-WMF -- can you create a calendar reminder for this?
@Nemo_bis -- thanks for looking over this task! Are you referring to the quality of the help pages that the help panel links to? Or the quality of the text inside the help panel feature itself?
@RHo has now included all the assets in the description, and so this is fully ready for development.
@Amire80 -- thanks for thinking about our features. I'm not good at reading gerrit or code, so could you please list out your changes in the task description so that I can check them out?
That sounds fine. I am closing it.
I am putting this back in Ready for Development because the user is able to unselect all the difficulty checkboxes, and then cancel the dialog, resulting in no suggestions found. The rule should be that in all cases, cancelling the dialog puts the selections back to the way they were before. See gif below:
Thanks. It looks like this didn't go to Design Review, so I'm putting it there. @RHo -- if you don't see any issues, than please resolve the task.
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Interleaving looks good to me. Thank you!
Mon, Dec 9
@kostajh -- reading through everything here, I think that what this all boils down to is changing the copy from "4 views by readers (past 60 days)" to "4 visits (past 60 days)". There were several other suggestions, but I don't think they're worth the work. I'll change the task description so that it shows that the only required change is the copy.