Created attachment 8512269 [details] mozillians-unvouched.png Currently, unvouched users see links on the Mozillians home page that offer to show them Functional Areas and Groups that will show them how to help out. But they can't actually see the functional areas and groups if they are unvouched. I think this is confusing for new contributors. Is this intentional?
It was intentional -- ?needsinfo? williamr -- do we wish to improve this experience/workflow?
After a brief discussion with :williamr it looks like we want this kind of workflow. :koddson opened a PR here: https://github.com/mozilla/mozillians/pull/1114
Commits pushed to master at https://github.com/mozilla/mozillians https://github.com/mozilla/mozillians/commit/5d29c0560d7739084bf7c7e7e5737a387d0507b1 [fix bug 1089894] Hide homepage links for non vouched users. https://github.com/mozilla/mozillians/commit/6dfc05593c191a3b94ad7f1e3a90fd3c577fb6de Merge pull request #1122 from johngian/1089894 [fix bug 1089894] Hide homepage links for non vouched users.
Verified this has been fixed in the following: -Firefox (34.0.5)/Mac -Chrome (39.0.2171.95)/Mac Environments: -mozillians-dev.allizom.org -mozillians.allizom.org Steps to verify: 1. I logged in as a non-vouch user in the Phonebook. 2. In the homepage, I verified that the links did not take the non-vouched user to either the functional-areas or groups page. 3. Some new text has been added in the home page: "Become vouched and you can browse functional areas!" and "Become vouched and you can browse groups!" 4. Clicking on the word 'vouch' in this new text takes the user to the vouch wiki page (https://wiki.mozilla.org/Mozillians/Vouching) 5. I also verified that nothing broke for the signed-in vouched user. Still working as before.