--- Comment #22 from Maryana Pinchuk <mpinc...@wikimedia.org> ---
There's a lot of speculating and conjecture going on in this thread, and,
ironically, the only way to clear most of it up is to let real users try Flow
in a real setting, aka a highly limited enwiki trial deploy :)
Please, let's separate the concerns around Flow being deployed globally, 100%,
to all users (which won't happen for a year at the least, after a ton of
community-feedback-soliciting, bug-fixing, feature-building, and
design-revamping) and the concerns around deploying Flow to
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Breakfast as a
reversible opt-in trial. As it stands, I see no reason to block deployment to
those two pages -- no critical workflows will be disrupted, we passed security
review, and in the extremely unlikely event that anything goes wrong, we can
easily turn Flow off.
As a sidenote, I appreciate that most people's concerns are coming from a good
place, but marking a flurry of bugs as blockers like this at the last minute,
when a new feature has been live in a production environment for over a month,
is unhelpful. In the future, if any of you feel that a critical issue is not
being adequately addressed by a features team, please reach out to the product
owner (in this case, me) over email, IRC, or in person (especially in those
rare, magical moments when we're all in the office together and have ample
opportunity to talk face-to-face, as was the case all of last week).
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