When this is done, you should add the event to the map on Wikimedia Space. :-)
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I have this right if you need something urgently – but it will be best if you get the access. The procedure for this is at T706.
May 23 2019
Translation is done, and has been proofread by our intern Aleksander.
Good to hear! An "other" option would suffice I would say, so it's good that it's included.
Comment: The question about gender could/should be rephrased to be more incluse of non-binary genders IMO.
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@Yupik Yes! In fact, I had already uploaded a patch for this on GitHub (see here), but it is not working as intended. I was/am doing this in other "downtime", so I haven't been prioritizing it much.
The main problem for me is that it is not possible (as far as I know) to use the normal modifier keys, e.g. AltGr, to get the special characters.
It's totally possible using patterns_x. However, I cannot wholeheartedly recommended it. It probably works on Firefox on Windows, but I'm not sure about other browsers and operating systems.
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On Wikidata this code is available for labels, descriptions and monolingual texts because it is defined in wmgExtraLanguageNames in InitialiseSettings.php. However, that is a Wikidata-specific setting, though it should probably be duplicated for Commons (but I don't know if it would work to use the same parameter for Commons – probably, but I'm not sure).
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Closing this for now, may revisit later if necessary.
Done, winners have been contacted and will be announced soon.
I think this can be closed as resolved now.
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That's fine with me. There's an effort going to rewrite FormWizard as a MediaWiki extension (see FormWizard), so if that's finished by then it could be considered for next Wikimania.