Thu, Nov 14
Wed, Nov 13
It's a general estimate of the relative risk associated to each task - it gives us a rough idea of difficulty and an even more vague idea of how long sometime might potentially take.
Tue, Nov 12
Mon, Nov 11
Fri, Nov 8
If possible, I would like us to be able to present the option as it is in the task itself (as a suboption under vector). I think it send a very strong message that we are building improvements to the vector skin and that while we are still supporting the old version of the skin, we encourage people to use the new version. I think presenting it as a separate option should only be used as a fallback if the original idea is exceptionally high risk.
Thu, Nov 7
@alexhollender - do you have a mock of the header with the puzzle globe but without the collapsible sidebar?
Wed, Nov 6
Some thoughts from my side:
- I think both preview types should be enabled by default
- I think having a cog on reference previews (as suggested in T234205: Add cog wheel to the popup to disable ReferencePreviews) would probably be the best way to go in terms of consistency - I think we definitely want to stay away from having different optin/optout mechanicsms for two similar features
- I'm not sure if a single setting or checkboxes makes more sense, but I agree that both should probably appear within the same modal. So the workflow could be something like: open a page preview or reference preview --> select the cog --> settings modal opens --> select which preview type you would like to enable/disable. To turn back on, select "enable previews" from the footer and that opens the settings modal.
Tue, Nov 5
Thank you @MNeisler!
Took a quick look at opt-outs and it seems we did get a very small increase in opt-outs after the release, but nothing too significant:
Made a note in the task description as well. I'm not sure back to top makes sense as a part of AMC (as it's not an editing-focused workflow). That, given the bugs with it overlapping other things make me think that it's best to remove it for now. We'll have a better version of navigation once we get to making the sticky headers work(T151115: [EPIC] Improve in-article navigation), although admittedly that won't be in the near future.
@Trizek-WMF - just to make sure, you're suggesting both a link to create the article and a link to the help page right? I think this could be a good way to do this.
Mon, Nov 4
moving to blocked on others so we can close it when T230695: Render talk page as a tab (rather than a modal) is done