If you get a notification about a page move, it may be accompanied by a link-look-alike to the page, so the wording, but link fails. In order to get to the page with its new name, you have to go through some loops and hoops on the target wiki. Even more so, when things were changes after the e-mail generation and you were not notified because you were not quick enough to read the e-mail and respond to it keeping the notification process.
Readers of the message are not informed whether watching and/or notifications would continue with the old page and its old name, even if it does not exit any more, or it is inherited by the new page and the new name, which of those they need to open at least once to keep being notified. Yes, one can look all that up in the wiki, if one is inclined and knows the details.
I want notification messages that state every aspect clearly, that have links to the previous and the new pages names.
The rest is a sample message making clear that it is sub-optimal in the sense mentioned above :-)
> Dear Purodha,
> The MediaWiki page Translations:Help:Notifications/77/ksh has been moved
> on 12 July 2016 by Trizek (WMF), see
> for the current revision.
> Editor's summary: -
> Contact the editor:
> mail: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Special:EmailUser/Trizek_(WMF)
> wiki: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/User:Trizek_(WMF)
> There will be no other notifications in case of further activity unless
> you visit this page while logged in. You could also reset the
> notification flags for all your watched pages on your watchlist.
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