https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=57939

--- Comment #11 from James Alexander <jalexan...@wikimedia.org> ---
(In reply to comment #10)
> (In reply to comment #9)
> > The shop link is still enabled exclusively on the English Wikipedia, so it 
> > is
> > still fairly targeted, inasmuch as Americans and Canadians make up a
> > substantial portion of its traffic.
> 
> Namely, about 46 %:
> <http://stats.wikimedia.org/wikimedia/squids/
> SquidReportPageViewsPerLanguageBreakdown.htm>.
> Rather than the 54 % of unreachable users, I'd care about the sidebar real
> estate "stolen" to the 99.9999 % users (estimate based on comscore stats and
> number of shipped items) who don't use the shop. Is the PHP link shown to
> unregistered users too? If yes I'll file a bug, seems the next obvious step.


Yes, it is, they were always the main target of the link in fact. I think it is
completely reasonable there and is a relatively unobtrusive way for people to
find it (especially since there is no other real public link to the shop). 

In the end it would be up to the Caitlin and the fundraising team since it
isn't my role anymore but personally I'd say if you were going to remove it for
anonymous users I'd just remove it completely. However if that is a goal I
think it would be something that should get consensus on wiki, rather then
bugzilla.

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