Felipe Contreras <felipe.contre...@gmail.com> writes:
>> We could add these two to the warning, then, to discourage people
>> who see "please visit this URL" and say "Yuck, I have no time for
>> that" without actually visiting.
> We could. Personally I don't see the point of making the warning any
> more annoying. The instructiosn are just one click away, and if they
> have no time for that, they can just ignore the warning.
Yes, if they know a short-and-sweet instruction is at the top of the
page, "just one click away" is a good justification, but the reason
I suggested to add the instruction to the warning is because the URL
alone does not tell them that there is a short and easy-to-follow
instruction is behind it, not giving them enough clue to judge if
they have time for that or not.
> To me the endgame is that the code is removed, and only stubs remain.
> I meant I want 3. eventually, hopefully for v2.1.
> No, I don't want them crippled for v2.0. A warning should suffice.
OK, I think I understand what you want, and I am fine with that
I can start preparing -rc4 now, but it may slip into tomorrow.
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