Actually it seems that audio entries can be added for South Levantine Arabic (or any other dialect, for instance "Palestinian Arabic") even though ajp and apc codes are not recognized.
OK, I see, thanks.
OK, I thought the underlying issue for the lack of support for ajp in the citation template and on Wikidata was the same.
According to people here the only way to solve this issue is to add it to MediaWiki and it cannot be done on the English Wikipedia.
Thu, Sep 9
Jul 11 2021
Thank you so much!
Thanks, I solved the problem and I now have access. Thanks a lot also for the resources on my user page!
Thank you so much!
Jul 9 2021
@Amire80 https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/MediaWiki:Common.css#L-783 Would it be possible to replicate this CSS on all Wikimedia projects? It seems to solve the font issue for all languages written with the Arabic script.
@Amire80: yes MSA as a fallback would be perfect.
Our first goal is to create an ajp Wikipedia (today in the Incubator), so we need:
Jul 8 2021
Thanks. How do I add/edit a language file in MediaWiki core?
@Reedy the desired result is to have ajp setup as "right to left" by default.
Jul 7 2021
I created a pull request on GitHub: https://github.com/wikimedia/language-data/pull/165
Jun 4 2021
Hi @Aklapper, yes, I've just added a link to Wikimedia Statistics in my post to make it clearer (and I mentioned the Wikipedia REST API as well). I tried to follow this page when creating the ticket. Could you please tell me what I forgot? For feature requests, this page only mentions that it should be a user story.
Perfect, I've just created this feature request ( T284294 ).
May 17 2021
By the way, after I made this prototype and wrote this article about its results, I was asked to do a similar analysis by subdivisions of countries instead of just countries (for instance using ISO 3166-2 codes). This would be especially interesting for big countries with several languages like US states, Canadian provinces, Russian Republics, or Indian states. (And also for Spain, Belgium, Ukraine, Switzerland, Cameroon, Cyprus, Romania, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Morocco, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, Malaysia, Bangladesh, South Africa, etc.)
Feb 6 2021
If anyone arrives on this page looking for the same thing, I did a script to get what I desired: https://github.com/a455bcd9/wikilangtrends
Aug 24 2020
Thanks for your answer. Too bad :(
Jul 31 2020
And when I try to use the API with "all-wikipedia-projects" I get: https://wikimedia.org/api/rest_v1/metrics/pageviews/top-by-country/all-wikipedia-projects/all-access/2017/11
@leila No, as said in my initial message this is not enough. With this query only it's for instance impossible to quickly answer "What's the most used language in Morocco?" (French? English? Spanish? Arabic? Moroccan Arabic? Amazigh? etc.).
Jul 25 2020
Actually there's maybe something simpler and as useful: instead of displaying the Wikipedias read by country one could easily calculate the % of views represented by one Wikipedia in a country among the views on all wikipedias in this same country.
Jul 10 2020
@Aklapper Thanks a lot for reopening the task, I didn't know I could do it by myself. Thanks as well for changing the title. (I guess that's what you meant by "summary"?).
Jul 4 2020
@Aklapper , sorry I've just read T188859 and I don't see how they're related. T188859 is about "the geographical origin of the contributors for a given wiki" whereas this request is about the total page views for each edition for a given country.
Thanks. FYI on Wikimedia Statistics, "New feature" directly points to Wikimedia Phabricator. It may be better to replace both the links "Report a bug" and "New feature" by https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug