Indeed an "edit" link would cause even more confusion as likely the
typos/changes would have been made already, the "current revision" tab is
As for reducing the number of flags (and levels), there is no need to
re-hard code anything, all of those are easily configured localsettings
variables. I'd rather leave the current schema as the default and let the
devs installing it on de custimize the global variables as they see fit.
<div><FONT color=#3333cc>-Aaron Schulz</FONT></div></html>
From: "P. Birken" <pbirken(a)gmail.com>
Reply-To: Wikimedia Quality Discussions <wikiquality-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
To: "Wikimedia Quality Discussions" <wikiquality-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Subject: Re: [Wikiquality-l] design / icons
Date: Thu, 24 May 2007 18:54:37 +0200
First of all, It would be important to discuss the design. Is the
design such, that we can tell Jörg to implement it?
2007/5/24, Daniel Arnold <arnomane(a)gmx.de>de>:
During reading you don't want to read anew on
a small error, you want to
the problem right now (impulse action) and
proceed. Clicking on "current
revision" would require this much more than just clicking on edit and
inmediatly focusing on the "just do it" part.
My personal fear is that we will then get a lot of people doing things
twice. I mean, people get confused the more, the more confusing things
are :-) They click on edit and up pops this huge preview, probably
with a message box, which they won't read anyway. Then they have to
scroll down towards the edit box and see different text thatn what
they expected. I'm not really convinced that this will work.
I know that this is maybe to advanced for the
first version (and we need
test it at one point in the wild if we want to
suceed) but IMHO
Yes, definitely :-)
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