To second what others have said, I personally love the idea that a reading
interface should include less editor clutter, until it is requested.
There's a task for this, if anyone would like to help push that
There's also some history behind the idea of making the Edit button more
prominent... According to legend, there was one an experiment in which the
edit tab was rendered with a green background, and it succeeded in drawing
more new editors in, BUT... The editing interface was hostile enough at
that point that we decided to not go with the more prominent button,
because we were driving people towards a broken experience. I'm far removed
from this work, so I don't know if this is still the consensus at the
Wikimedia Foundation, I'd like to hear more either way from people who are
Den 2016-03-31 kl. 19:19, skrev Dan Garry:
> On 30 March 2016 at 23:39, Anders Wennersten <mail(a)anderswennersten.se
> What is WMFs position on Wikiwand ?
> There is no "official WMF
position" on Wikiwand. The Wikimedia Foundation
> is quite a diverse collection of individuals with a range of different
> opinions. :-)
> Personally, I like Wikiwand. I think
there's some things they do really
> well, like their table of contents on desktop, and some things that they
> could improve, like the clutter of the interface on mobile devices. The
> performance of their website used to be incredibly poor, so much so that
> took over a minute to load on my iPhone 4. They seem to have made quite
> some strides in that area though, because I don't have this problem at all
> on my Nexus 5.
> I've tried contacting them a few times
to share knowledge and see how we
> could collaborate, but I never received any response from them.
> I hope they keep improving their interface.
I think it's a worthwhile
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