My apologies for losing my cool on the Flow talk page a few days ago. It was just such a shock that something that I hadn't heard of was well underway. That said; I still think the system is extremely flawed and not anything I want to partake in. Now, I want to ask a few questions that I think need clarifying. It's your choice if you want to answer them, but I think it would help a bit with the mass confusion involved with this.
1: How does this affect the MonoBook skin?
2: Will Twinkle be adapted into new systems?
3: Why is the history page disjointed on Flow pages? Keep it all together.
4: Don't you think this new system gives administrators too much power? I'm very weary of someone being able to deny my opinions like that. In the current system, opinions are at least fairly considered and easy to revert back in, if need be.
5: Will older pages be archived with the current Talkpage system? This question is an obvious deal breaker.
6: Why does Wikipedia seem to be copying Wikia now-a-days*? First Visual Editor (which was tolerable except for not being able to code correctly), and now this.
7: Will SineBot be deactivated?
8: Why can't I make an edit summary?
Thank you for looking over this and considering my opinion. However, I think that we'll be like a ghost town by 2018 if this goes into effect. Not to sound threatening; but I'll try to code out the Flow system on my talk page if I'd need to. If I can't find a loophole, I sincerely doubt that I could use Wikimedia or any other Foundation websites; except to view articles.
- Yes, I know Jimbo owns both websites. We're supposed to be at a more professional level though.
By the way, I don't want the asterisk to bullet. That looks way too much like something you'd do in a PowerPoint.