I am excited to provide some updates on the movement strategy process.
After a break for re-energizing after phase 1 (and a focus on some internal
priorities at the Foundation, such as annual planning), we are now about to
kick off the next phase of our work.
In Phase I, we agreed upon
> That's a completely different and unrelated issue to the thread YOU stated.
The issues share the commonalities of user friendliness/design and a
Foundation decision on the question of presentation vs. editor
attraction and retention.
> Please stick to the topic at hand or start a new thread.
That's a completely different and unrelated issue to the thread YOU stated.
Whilst I'm impressed at your willingness to hijack your own thread to refer
to a completely unrelated topic after only one response, it is unsurprising
and I'm personally bored of it.
Please stick to the topic at hand or
> I don't think it's particularly user/design friendly
How does the Foundation choose between presentation advantages for
commercial users, and advantages for attracting and retaining editors?
Is the request to try the word "edit" instead of a pencil icon on
mobile a good example of the
I don't think it's particularly user/design friendly
On Wed, 7 Mar 2018, 16:22 James Salsman, wrote:
> I wanted to share this because it's pertinent to issues with large
> companies using our information without complying with the license