As noted in T161061:
Tue, Mar 21
This is a screen shot of what we'll take a look at - in Feb 2017:
Moving this to the backlog board - we're not sure of the actual need for this project being added to the sister project search results. The project doesn't seem to be used that much.
We'll need to do some more testing on this - by enabling it on wiki for a week or so and doing the analysis. We need to make sure that this won't cause more problems than it solves.
Closing this as we have solved the question on which languages to do and the analysis. We'll create new tickets as we start working on the languages.
Moving to the backlog board for now - we want to get this done before we start adding in a bunch more things, but other issues have priority now.
We hope to get to this soon, keeping in the backlog on the sprint board for now.
Moving to backlog board for now, until we get T160562 done and we come to a consensus on how to move forward with this.
Mon, Mar 20
Also, thanks @TJones - no idea how / why I added a subscriber called 'discovery' 8)
Fri, Mar 17
thanks for helping with this sticky issue, @Neil_P._Quinn_WMF ! :)
sooooo....RTL doesn't really mean everything is RTL? :-/
I'm not sure that we can actually get the result count for the sister projects without adding in a significant delay in the responses coming back to the search results page.
Hi @Gryllida - at first blush, this sounds like an interesting idea. However:
Hi - that sounds interesting for those wikis that have translated the sister project names. However, using my example (below) from cawiki, the sister project names are not translated and currently display as ca.wikisource.org.
Hi @Gryllida and @Nemo_bis - do you think something like this (below) would work better? There are design issues inherent in using the actual project icons, since they're all just a bit different in size/orientation, so that makes it a bit difficult.
Thanks, @JGirault - I think that is the proper way to display the article numbers.
I believe we've fixed the RTL issues with the number display, however, changing the regular space to a nbsp would be a good thing to do.
Hi @Nemo_bis - no, at this time, we're not collecting the user's display size.
Thu, Mar 16
Cool, @TJones - let me know where I can help!
Thanks, just wanted to confirm. :)
@chelsyx is taking a look at this from an analyst perspective. :)
Hi @mpopov - looks good to me! Three comments/concerns:
Looks very interesting - and based on this comment:
Hi, @Amire80, thanks so much for the feedback - I've added the following visual example help to explain what's going on. I've upped the priority of this ticket as it's now displaying the article numbers quite oddly for RTL browsers. @Jdrewniak and @JGirault - would you have time to get this done quickly?
...and wrapping this up! :) Good work!
Would this new treatment (blue link over lighter blue highlighting) work the same for the portal on mobile and desktop?
Wed, Mar 15
Since the code for this is currently riding the train (T158935#3098600), let's turn on this test on Thursday, March 16 for 8 wikis:
Tue, Mar 14
I've added ticket T160434 to address the updates for the wiktionary widget - in order to get it ready for a beta test on enwiki.
Closing this as the few remaining suggestions have been added to ticket T160429 and the goal of this particular ticket was deployed on Mach 14, 2017.
This was updated in a patch here: https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/342200/, marking this as done
Hi @EBernhardson - would you have a chance to review this patch, please?
Moving this to done - the icons are in a good spot and this is a bit of pixel pushing...
This needs to be reviewed
Translations were updated in production on March 14, 2017, moving to 'what's next' to take a look at this again in a few weeks.
Fri, Mar 10
whoops - one too many 's''s...
This quarter we want to extend the A/B test to 4 additional communities. We've contacted each with an update letting them know the testing will begin (unless issues or conflicts are identified) in mid to late March.
These four communities are the Arabic, French, German, and Russian Wikipedias. Message to communities are listed below.
Thu, Mar 9
Was there any feedback from the 'recently announced' announcement? If so, were there a set of specific things to be added?