with your changes to trunk. Well, at last before you hacked some more
;-) The other "new UI" can still be seen at
I have entered a further test article into both wikis in order to test if the
new GUI elements conflict with existing Wikipedia content:
These articles are pretty much Wikipedia average with a header template on
top, an image/other box in the upper right, some paragraphs and categories.
However I could not add interwikis as they aren't enabled in the wikis
(beside that something is broken with images but that's not a real problem
for this test).
At first comons UI problems of both variants:
* The review rating form is above and not below the categories as it should be
* The review indicator box/indicator icon in the upper right conflicts with
elements (the image in the example here) in the upper right of the article.
Such elements are existing in nearly every good article in this place. :-( As
Aaron told that it is currently not that easy to put something into the title
without using nasty hacks I ask if it would be feasible changing MediaWiki
that way that it is more easier to inject an item into the title?
* the "stable version" tab on top is redundant to the review indicator
box/indicator icon. It should be dropped entirely and the "article" tab
should change itself in case you are on a stable version to something
like "stable article version". Another option would be dropping the
box/indicator icon in the upper right entirely and keeping the "stable
version" tab with an expandable review text which would be directly below the
tabs of the article.
Problems of the single UI variants:
* In the english version the review toolbox will conflict with the Interwikis
which are often very long and which would move on usual resolutions out of
* In the German version the expanded box should move over (and partially hide)
the article content. This is smother IMHO.
That's all for the moment. ;-)