הלוואי שהיה קל לדווח על בעיות בכל שפה.
את התמונה שלי צילם עמיתי קרטיק מיסטרי.
(High priority in terms of Timeless. It's a blocker if Timeless is to be ever made default. Not high priority in terms of Content Translation development plan.)
This kind of seems odd to me. Its seems to me like iso code really shouldnt matter (after all isnt that what x-foo is for?). What should matter is if there exists sites who want to use that localization, if there are people who want to maintain it and if its a serious language.
Is this task supposed to have the Compact Language Links tag?
I added some screenshots and explanations about particular issues that I see to the task description. There may be more.
$wgArticleCountMethod is set to link
Which means.... the page must contain a [[wiki link]] to be considered valid
Since the langdb itself lives in https://github.com/wikimedia/language-data now, its README file must be the central place.
At this point we should just deploy Timeless as opt-in everywhere.
It is not a preferred or a desirable solution until the skin will meet the suggestions laid out in design review by WMF Design team. It is simply not right or responsible to require local technicians in Wikimedia projects to support and look after problems in another skin when ideally at this point there should be only 3 options already (Vector, Monobook, Minerva).
Have you tried the search box?
I've been thinking a lot lately about rethinking the purpose of this element and changing its design. I also acknowledge that it may be more important for some languages than for others (although I also doubt that for this case it's useful to have the interface in Latin while the content is in Devanagari, but it's possible that I misunderstand something).
I can't reproduce it now, but maybe I misunderstood the description. Please reopen if it still happens.
This looks good. Is it with an RTL UI language?
I'm not sure when was it fixed, but it appears to be fixed. I cannot reproduce according to the instructions in the original bug. Please reopen if it still happens.
A lot of good ideas here for future iterations of work on interlanguage links.
Resolved in Santhosh's comment, and I, too, must emphasize that this is a hack.
(Added ArticlePlaceholder tag because it sounds to me kind of related.)
Renaming to reflect the task description more clearly.