On Nov 17, 2012 3:29 PM, "Krinkle" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Nov 17, 2012, at 9:04 PM, Federico Leva (Nemo) <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Krinkle, 17/11/2012 20:09:
> > +1
> > Nothing to add, but a small point (à la wikitech-ambassadors?): as it's already been pointed out, most Wikimedia projects/big Wikipedias I remember have had something like that by default for years, so (when you're ready) please communicate the exact schedule for the deployment of the solution in MediaWiki core so that they can disable the custom JS in due time and avoid weird interactions.
> > It will be wonderful to get rid of the custom JS!
> > Nemo
> Though, I'm not sure if "most" and "default" is correct here. Would you be willing to work on a list of projects that have such a script (and while at it, note whether it is enabled by default and whether there is an opt-in/opt-out e.g. in form of a gadget).
> -- Timo
We've taken a first stab at such a list, and will share with Nemo et al if you want. Right it looks like quite a few of the top ten Wikipedias, for example, have changed to left aligned links.
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