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So, like, we should totally, like, have a Facebook button on each page so people can, like, "like" articles they like. -- Kip > Talk Works Puzzle Potato Dry Brush CUN Icons-flag-us 22:26, May. 17, 2011
Should be doable with some JavaScript wizardry. I'd like (no pun intended) to see a toggle to disable it on a per-user basis, though. --User:Jack Phoenix/sig 22:42, May 17, 2011 (UTC)
There should be a button on every talk page to. Actually after every comment so we can like what people say. And on the main page. And on recent changes, every edit should get one so we can like the edits. And users should all get them. Admins should get dislike buttons. And we should have a feed that shows what each user is thinking and/or doing. And we should be upload personal photos. And no longer use screen names. And we should be able to like people liking things. And comment on it. Jackofspades (talk) 22:49, 17 May 2011
Symbol for vote For. 1234 ~ 16px-Pointy 22:53, 17 May 2011

serious horror concern

A like button, may lead instantly to a dislike button, which I find scaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaary!!! Though, maybe ive given too many people ideas :S --ShabiDOO 05:36, May 18, 2011 (UTC)

Well, we do already have a rating thingy. Better idea: let's implement a cheese button. --Tophat headless 01:29, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
Per magic man. Although, a cheese button may lead instantly to an eat button. Nothing against that, though. Schamschi, 16:33, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
Although, come to think of it, the rating system does not include displaying how many people have voted on an article. Maybe this would be the icing on the cake that combines the advantages of Kip's suggestion with those of the already present rating system. Schamschi, 16:42, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
Just to be like, totally serious for a second...we should like, seriously, like totally, think about stuff for like a sec. While VFH and VFD is one thing, a sort of winner takes all/loses all end of the process kind of thing...which everyone agrees with and has some kind of centralised process and voting stuff and what not...having a like or doesn't like pop up whenever anyone wants to give their opinion about an article in its current state, any time, someone is working on, editing or improving something...would be a pretty irritating thing to say the least. The talk page is there for opinions, suggestions and likes and dislikes, no one ever uses it. The star system is there if people care (which they pretty much dont anyways). That being said, having a like or dislike on the talk pages seems like a STELLAR IDEA!!!!!!!! Facebook-izing the site in that way sounds really goooooooooooo! And finally, I don't like sponge cake. I do like browney fudge cake! --ShabiDOO 18:18, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
To me, myself, and I, all ego-based Gods in a closed universe, I think it should be kept exactly as is. Me see trouble down the path of putting more giggilygooks on pages, continuing a trend which ends in half-page ads and the hell of conformity. Give me old-fashioned (last month) pages and a large canvas wikipedia look, that's what does it for me, keeping the toots and horns to a minimum. On the other hand, it doesn't seem like a good replacement for the ratings buttons, which have been used for a long time and have a built-in ratings history already. Aleister 19:07 19-5-'11
Indeed, I didn't think of the fact that most articles are undergoing constant change, which makes the rating system pretty useless anyway. Maybe it should be restricted to featured articles, since those are less likely to change radically. But then, you would think that a featured article is good by definition, which makes rating useless even there. Conclusion: Nobody cares. Schamschi, 19:33, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
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Mister Victim (talk) 21:35, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
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