Concerning design of the tool and its UX, there is more sense in
allowing the user to select a piece of content in the page (like in
wiki blame), and showing how it did evolve through revisions and time.
On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 9:11 PM, jeph <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm building a tool to make it easier for an editor to go through the
> edits/revisions in an article. The tool shows the changes in html rather
> than in wikitext. The content that was removed/deleted in a revision
> disappears & the new content/ modifications is made to appear.
> Please checkout the live demo.
> My proposal https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:IEG/Replay_Edits.
> Some mock ups. Mock 1,Mock 2
> The demo is bare bones & I'm working on adding the following features .
> Pause/Forward/Rewind buttons
> Draggable timeline , to select the starting revision and the ending
> Hoping to hear some ideas or suggestions on the slider to select the start
> and end revision , especially when the article has thousands of edits over
> five or six years.
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