Surely they wont find. And even if they find for the first time and they
don't take it, it means they wont find anymore.
Wiki Loves Monuments banner displayed nicely for several days. I'm
surprised how a survey banner is causing so much distress to people who've
volunteered to take it.
I currently don't know how far the survey team is handling the issue. I've
received a 3-step remedy from a member of this list, and I ask myself if
that's the process every single person who wants to take the survey must go
I wonder how many users of wikipedia know Gadgets under Preferences.
On Friday, November 9, 2012, Sarah wrote:
On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 6:17 PM, Nkansah Rexford
@sarah You facing similar problems?
Hmmm... I've had difficulties seeing the banner after the first day I
across. Would have completed filling it out, but
my country wasn't
Later on, I was told my country is listed, and
since then, I can't find
I've even lost interest in filling out the survey anymore, besides, I'm
paid to do so.
I was advised to remove the thing in my preferences that blocks the
fundraising banners (which thousands of editors have checked), and then do
a few other things -- I forget what they were -- and it still didn't show.
But then a few hours later I clicked on a diff on my watchlist and the link
appeared at the top of the page. I filled most of it in, took a break, then
I lost it and couldn't find it again.
I'm concerned that there are thousands of editors who won't even realize
the survey exists.
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