Hehe .. Parul's words exactly today. Our focus right now is to get all
the pluming in for the MobileFrontend extension (port) launch. After
the underlying components are in place then we can focus on a more
stylized interface. Don't think of this as a final this is the way its
going to be choice. Were just being practical here :)
I really do like the idea of having the option of which layout you
want to get .. I also like the idea of switching in between Wikipedia
langages .. But I also wouldn't mind seeing it look like Vector .. so
Anyone on this list who's up for creating some mockups ?
CC'ing Parul and mobile-l@ to continue this discussion in the open.
On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 5:19 PM, Casey Brown <casey(a)caseybrown.org> wrote:
It seems like we're adding so many configuration
options, so why don't we make an actual settings page where people can choose all of
these things? For example, we could have "preferred layout" with the options
"let the system choose", "regular", "smartphone",
"wap". We could also add this image thing there too with another set of radio
I don't know if this should be cookie-based or account based (if possible), or if
it's even desirable, but I had a little creative moment and I thought I'd share.
Sent from my iPhone
On Jun 21, 2011, at 6:53 PM, bugzilla-daemon(a)wikimedia.org wrote:
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Bug #: 29520
Summary: Ability to turn off images on mobile and wap-mobile
Product: MediaWiki extensions
Some of our users are on really slow networks that can't really handle images
on mobile very well. Lets add an option similar to our don't redirect mobile to
disable images for both WAP and smartphone layout.
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