--- Comment #6 from MZMcBride <> ---
(In reply to comment #5)
> Removing this will kill the CTA that has been successfully allowing us to run
> getting started like experiments on new users and the huge increase in
> accounts created in the project as general so we need to think carefully about
> this. I agree however that we should probably give this a higher priority than
> normal.

Experimenting on new users without their consent sounds like a very bad
practice, not something we want to encourage.

Regarding calls to action, that point hardly seems relevant here. You can have
many calls to action without misleadingly giving the impression to anonymous
users that an account is required to edit.

> MZ: please engage in discussion and collaboration rather than simply blindly
> reverting any severity or priority change that you happen to disagree with.


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