2007/4/26, Frank Schulenburg <Frank.Schulenburg(a)wikimedia.de>de>:
Do we need an icon for "sighted" at all? I
assume that our readers will
prefer to have icons and boxes on top of articles as few as possible. It
could be better to use labels only if there's something wrong.
I believe that these icons will make life easier, both for readers as
well as editors. In particular, assume an article with both sighted
and reviewed versions. Then, having supplementary icons to the textbox
will make it much more clear what is the situation there. Otherwise,
you always have to browse the textbox. I suggest going for the icons.
Afterwards, we can still decide that we want a text-only solution.