Yeah, I was thinking about cutting that for a while. Note that there *is* a
large comment box, but it is disabled by default (and is for all
reviewer/editors when on). Also it shows on the bottom of pages when on.
The automatic [x=a,y=b] stuff in the comment can be kind of long, so I don't
want long log comments though. So I may just disable comments for editors
for now, as it does simplify the form.
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] Usability Points
Date: Fri, 17 Aug 2007 16:00:59 +0200
Thanks for the quick hack, Aaron! I came upon a second point that
might make life easier for most of the users.
Those that have only editor and not reviewer rights essentially don't
need the possibility to comment why they flagged a page as sighted.
There shouldn't be much to discuss about this, anyhow and would result
in smoother workflow for editors. This is not the case for actual
reviews. Therefore, I think that only reviewers should see the comment
box. Or, which sounds also nice: nobody sees the comment box at first,
but if a reviewer rates an article for more than sighted, a box
appears (similar to a delete-action), where he can write a comment. In
particular, we could provide reviewers with a larger comment box than
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