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Improve 'Special:SupportedLanguages' for display all supported languages
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The page shows active languages only. It's a judgement call whether non-active languages can be said to be supported languages.

The page shows active languages only. It's a judgement call whether non-active languages can be said to be supported languages.

Ok, this may be. But where list of all supported languages (with active links)?

And another question - what is "active"? Active for what period? And why not for another?
Where criteria? Needs filter with ability define period. This page should be refactored. Currently look is unuseful and uncomfortable.

But where list of all supported languages (with active links)?

Special:MessageGroupStats?

But where list of all supported languages (with active links)?

Special:MessageGroupStats?

Of course, Special: MessageGroupStats is more useful. But there is no total number of languages.

Well, why do we need a page 'Special:SupportedLanguages' - for a beautiful cloud? Too small usefulness to take a prominent place in the sidebar.

Maybe rename this task to "Proposals for refactoring 'Special:SupportedLanguages'" and collect here a "wish list" of expected features from such a page? This could be merged with

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Of course, Special: MessageGroupStats is more useful. But there is no total number of languages.

There is now: https://www.mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3AMessageGroupStats&x=D&group=page-Template%3ANewarticletext&uselang=en
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Well, why do we need a page 'Special:SupportedLanguages' - for a beautiful cloud? Too small usefulness to take a prominent place in the sidebar.

It attempts to give some more detail about the activity in each language.

There is now: https://www.mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Special%3AMessageGroupStats&x=D&group=page-Template%3ANewarticletext&uselang=en
(Some translation need updating)

Well, but for this page has its own list of comments and wishes. I'm still writing it ;)

It attempts to give some more detail about the activity in each language.

Well, but no "each", as you explain above (active only) ;) And not very many details we see on the page itself.

It's not clear what to do here. I guess the page could be renamed to "active languages" to better match the contents?