הלוואי שהיה קל לדווח על בעיות בכל שפה.
Sat, Apr 20
I think it should be done now. Can you check please?
Thu, Apr 18
Any improvement that automates the procedure at https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Add_a_wiki is a good step in the direction of implementing this. As the beginning of this task's description says, this task is a version of T158730 that addresses the user-facing aspects of creating new empty wikis, mostly in underresourced "small" languages (they are small only in their presence on the web, but some of them have millions of speakers).
Wed, Apr 17
I'm really not much of a Java or Android coder, but as far as I can see, the relevant code is this:
This is definitely not a Content Translation issue, and probably not a translatewiki issue either.
In problem #1 both screenshots look broken in different ways :)
Sun, Apr 14
Fri, Apr 12
OK, now I've looked at the code properly and I see formatDuration. It's kind of like a simplified Moment.js, for PHP. Like Moment.js, it's good for standalone expressions, but not necessarily for embedding in sentences.
The initial task description applies also to Russian and probably most other Slavic languages.
Wed, Apr 10
Tue, Apr 9
It will be a very nice bonus if you can write a little user manual for it at this URL:
It's good. Thanks a lot for your work, @zypA13510.
Sat, Apr 6
This happens because the Unicode bidi algorithm tries to re-arrange numbers and letters from different alphabets and cannot guess the user's intention correctly. This is especially common on MediaWiki sites with page titles, usernames, and IP addresses.
Thu, Apr 4
Fri, Mar 29
Not immediately, but some time very soon I'll merge this with the ULS extension, and then it can be resolved.
Error: Attempting to set unmodified MT without an MT provider mw.cx.dm.SectionState.js:64:9 setUnmodifiedMT https://he.wikipedia.org/w/extensions/ContentTranslation/modules/dm/mw.cx.dm.SectionState.js?f89ad:64 processSectionChange https://he.wikipedia.org/w/extensions/ContentTranslation/modules/mw.cx.TranslationTracker.js?23419:290 processChangeQueue https://he.wikipedia.org/w/extensions/ContentTranslation/modules/mw.cx.TranslationTracker.js?23419:240 getTranslationProgress https://he.wikipedia.org/w/extensions/ContentTranslation/modules/mw.cx.TranslationTracker.js?23419:431 init https://he.wikipedia.org/w/extensions/ContentTranslation/modules/mw.cx.TranslationTracker.js?23419:168 onSurfaceReady https://he.wikipedia.org/w/extensions/ContentTranslation/modules/mw.cx.TranslationController.js?c1561:658 emit jQuery surfaceReady https://he.wikipedia.org/w/extensions/VisualEditor/modules/ve-mw/init/ve.init.mw.Target.js?c83d8:232 surfaceReady https://he.wikipedia.org/w/extensions/ContentTranslation/modules/ve-cx/init/ve.init.mw.CXTarget.js?8b914:371 <anonymous> self-hosted:982
Wed, Mar 27
Great, thank you!
Mon, Mar 25
What I'm trying to say is that in the pageviews tool there is now a topviews tool that shows data per language, and there should also be a topviews tool that shows data per countries, and if it's not perfect for data per languages, it will be just as imperfect for data per countries. So not having a very good spam filter doesn't sound like a blocker. It's better to have something imperfect that not to having anything at all.
This is supposed to be fixed in https://gerrit.wikimedia.org/r/#/c/analytics/limn-language-data/+/498981/ , which is waiting for a rerun at the moment.
We checked the query, and it's already done in the current dashboard. I updated the title to clarify this
My bad, sorry about that. I somehow thought that it's outdated.
Mar 22 2019
Thanks for the update!
Somewhat related: T207171: Have a way to show the most popular pages per country.
Mar 20 2019
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Mar 13 2019
I reported a few CLDR issues, and some of them were resolved, but I can't say I'm exceptionally good at getting them to resolve my issues or at adding new languages. I think that @Nemo_bis may be more experienced in this particular area, however.
Mar 11 2019
Mar 4 2019
Well... it's definitely weird when it's seen as a blinking thing.
Mar 3 2019
Feb 28 2019
Briefly, here are the results for these languages:
Feb 27 2019
A font for Santali is supposed to be installed on the server where the SVG is rendered. @ASHWANI gave several examples of fonts that would work for Santali.
Feb 26 2019
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Feb 19 2019
I can reproduce it in mediawiki.org:
Feb 17 2019
Where does it happen that it shows as "undefined"? I do see it as one of the valid languages in translatewiki. (Although, as others have said, it should probably be renamed.)
Feb 14 2019
Feb 12 2019
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Feb 6 2019
Nothing much more except comments about references and templates.
Feb 5 2019
So in other words, what Wikipedia wants (in Latin languages) is inconsistent with what Wikidata recommends.