MDI is something I started because there is a lot of small low hanging
fruit that we can try to address with with the community (Like you stated)
Its also bits and pieces that may never be roadmap priorities because they
are too small.
I believe they can cumulatively contribute to a better UX.
Please feel free to log your ideas on the wiki and connect with Oliver.
Oliver is the community liason on this project.
We are testing the waters with one starter project to see how
implementation might pan out and if this approach will fly.
On Tue, Aug 28, 2012 at 12:06 PM, Arun Ganesh <arun.planemad(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
As a contractor working on UX improvement, I realize
there is a lot of
work that the wmf design team is upto which I can involve myself with. I'm
particularly interested in the low hanging fruits  where I think a lot
of the random ideas I have can fit in. Being remote however means that it
is not always easy to attend design discussion meetings and am cut off from
any offline conversation that takes place when the lid is down.
In the interest of me and other remote participants interested in
providing feedback to critical wmf design projects, what would be the
recommended channel to keep an eye on to follow the activity on different
projects? I would think mediawiki is where all documentation should be
eventually consolidated, but in reality is not updated often enough to be
of much use.
Hopefully i'm not missing the party somewhere where i've not looked, in
which case you should toss me in the pool :)
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