On Fri, Aug 29, 2014 at 5:32 PM, Jon Robson <jrobson(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
I would not object to restoring permalink but I worry
the list might
look rather empty without it.
Topic History is also fine in no-JS. So let's bring back the no-JS topic
menu with Permalink and Topic. It sounds like low effort for a small win,
so I tweaked the card and moved it to Estimation meeting.
I'd rather we put effort into improving
UX. I doubt that would be too much work, but it needs design input and
The kiss of slow for getting things done?
As you say, no-JS Reply (and Edit) are now a good experience. I think they
demonstrate a good approach for any developer to revive 'Edit title' and
'Summarize/Edit summary' without much design interaction: show the topic
with an edit form in the appropriate place.
That leaves moderation. The Hide/Delete/Suppress dialog works OK as a
standalone page, it just needs a better page h1 heading (as do all the
action pages) and should show the dialog title ("Hide topic?") as text on
the page. Close (soon to be Lock) is more mysterious, it needs some
For all of these submit-something interactions, should the redisplayed
topic show a green class="successbox" containing "Your <action> was
=S Page Features engineer