|Stalled||None||T10217 Wikipedias with zh-* language codes waiting to be renamed (zh-min-nan -> nan, zh-yue -> yue, zh-classical -> lzh)|
|Stalled||None||T30443 Rename zh-classical -> lzh|
|Resolved||Fomafix||T167513 Redirect lzh.wikipedia to zh-classical.wikipedia|
- Mentioned In
- T138494: Languages that have variants are shown as a gray interlanguage link in the Wikipedia in the same language
T124657: Rename cbk-zamwiki to cbkwiki
- Mentioned Here
- T167513: Redirect lzh.wikipedia to zh-classical.wikipedia
T23915: Please add ISO code interwikis for non-standard language codes
T21986: [DO NOT USE] Wikis waiting to be renamed (tracking) [superseded by #Wiki-Setup (Rename)]
T112426: [Bug] Querying Wikipedia for langlinks doesn't work for be-tarask, but works for be-x-old
T145535: language code disparity (Wikidata tracking)
T10217: Wikipedias with zh-* language codes waiting to be renamed (zh-min-nan -> nan, zh-yue -> yue, zh-classical -> lzh)
Perhaps this is still Community-consensus-needed, because I have looked a large number of users, they're still using "zh-classical (on zhwiki)" instead of "lzh (on zhwiki)" on their userboxes. By the way, on Incubator, the Wp/lzh is redirected to Wp/zh-classical (@Byfserag: ?!), which is also misleading (at least) me: users are still claiming that "zh-classical" is a valid code.
lzh.wikipedia.org → zh-classical.wikipedia.org or zh-classical.wikipedia.org → lzh.wikipedia.org
lzh.m.wikipedia.org → zh-classical.m.wikipedia.org or zh-classical.m.wikipedia.org → lzh.m.wikipedia.org
Any update on this? It should not be too difficult to be consistent with the ISO code, in either way we could have a CNAME from zh-classical.wikipedia.org to lzh.wikipedia.org, and avoid any potential problem.
BTW, the consensus is to use ISO code already, I see no reason to debate it on a case by case basis, this is not an extraordinary situation. A CNAME record would solve any potential problem.