On 14 July 2012 17:34, Michel Vuijlsteke <wikipe...@zog.org> wrote: > For me the most important part of the article is this right here: > >>So the real ugliness of the site, Gardner notes, isn't cosmetic. It's that >>Wikipedia has "a built-in bias against design and user-friendliness." > > This *is* a real problem, and it's most emphatically something that does > need to be tackled.
How? I don't know what the quote means. What in particular is the problem with Wikipedia? The tabs? The lack of images? The font? Most people I talk to, who do not edit Wikipedia, are not doing it because they are scared away by lack of user friendliness, they simply have no interest in editing it. There are a horde of reasons, out there, but none of them are anything you can fix with Wikipedia's mission and structure. _______________________________________________ Wikimedia-l mailing list Wikimediafirstname.lastname@example.org Unsubscribe: https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimedia-l