Re: [Wikimedia-l] The wikisites looks like 1996

2019-12-15 Thread Gerard Meijssen
Hoi, I am game, to make me interested again in the editing sense of Wikipedia, there are a few things on my wish list. The first thing I will happily contribute to are "red links on steroids". The problem with red links is disambiguation.. Suppose that there is no article by that name, chances

Re: [Wikimedia-l] The wikisites looks like 1996

2019-12-15 Thread Chris Gates via Wikimedia-l
Is this the right time to plug Timeless? It is, well, timeless. Looks modern too. On Thu, Dec 12, 2019 at 18:22 John Erling Blad wrote: > Try holding your cellphone vertically. > > tor. 12. des. 2019, 22.38 skrev Todd Allen : > > > Erm, I remember what websites looked like in 1996. I even made

Re: [Wikimedia-l] The wikisites looks like 1996

2019-12-15 Thread Aron Manning
On Sun, 15 Dec 2019 at 18:53, Chris Gates via Wikimedia-l < wikimedia-l@lists.wikimedia.org> wrote: > Is this the right time to plug Timeless? > It is, well, timeless. Looks modern too. Should be the default imho by now. Then the wikimania design features could be added to it, to make it almost

Re: [Wikimedia-l] The wikisites looks like 1996

2019-12-15 Thread Paul J. Weiss
"I think we all generally endorse incremental improvements, instead of drastic overhauls." Um, that is clearly not true, since otherwise, for example, the original poster would not have sent out his message. For readers, I think many, if not most, would want a look and feel that works for them,

Re: [Wikimedia-l] The wikisites looks like 1996

2019-12-15 Thread Pine W
Regarding Timeless, folks may want to read https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Grants:Project/Timeless/Post-deployment_support/Final . I'm cross-posting this thread to the public Design mailing list. That's usually a quiet list, but I think that if people want to have an extensive discussion that is

Re: [Wikimedia-l] The wikisites looks like 1996

2019-12-15 Thread John Erling Blad
This tend to diverge away from the chrome and into the content, which is a lot more difficult to change. (Urgh, way to long…) Anyway, I have this really-really weird idea that “staff” should provide (extremely good) design elements, and then local projects would chose to use them in favor of