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Carsten Neumann
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I do not know whether this is already in any "to do"-list, but, I will ask anyway.

The history of geekmod for IMAGES is good. The comparison "your vote" and "status" is very clear.
This is not the case for all other categories. Some are just okay (articles) and some are worse (video, image links, data).

It could help for the internal calibration of people to have a good overview like in "images".

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I doubt it's on an official to do list, but it's mentioned here: Bring GeekMod functionality back up to its previous level

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History layouts need adjusting. When looking at a history page, as a rule you're interested in seeing the outcome of modding in relation to your own voting, and this was previously clear (because approved and declined images had separate lists so you were only looking for one piece of information, your own vote). Now, "status" and "your vote" are not only physically separated, but also in different sizes. This is especially bad in the data and link histories, but the article history needs fixing as well. The image history shows how to do it correctly: the information sought is aligned and prominent.


As an additional note, you can't really calibrate how you should vote by looking at current outcomes, since they don't reflect the guidelines or really any fundamental standards of quality. A better way of calibration is to ask yourself, am I declining about 90% of submissions? If not, you probably should decline more.
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