Was looking at Jakob Frenzel's review of Saltaire . I am "logged on" automatically and, scrolling through, I accidentally touched my rating stars and completely removed them. It was only that which alerted me - I could just as easily have added/removed some !!! It could be partly because I am left handed - all web sites are designed for right hand scrolling. But it does seem a bit too easy to to remove/add stars without knowing it.
I know that reducing the number of "steps" to make a rating is a good objective - especially of benefit to those (new members now?) making an initial rating of a lot of sites but perhaps a confirmation step should be added ?
Left handed, too. And same thing happened to me, too. Will put a checkbox to freeze a user rating, so you have to click twice going forward, at least when you load an existing score.
Any idea how to show a review is for a "tentative" site better when the site is later inscribed? Surely the reader would identify if it it is mentioned but the unknown site boundaries at the time of the review this would be a useful identifier.
Technically none of those ratings are moved from TWHS to WHS automatically (if I recall correctly). Els can migrate them. But normally its up to each user to migrate / revise the review on inscription. I would argue an unrevised review may not be as helpful. But discuss with Els.