הלוואי שהיה קל לדווח על בעיות בכל שפה.
Sat, Feb 27
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Wed, Feb 24
You did, of course, and I missed it :)
pap-aw is probably OK, but can you please specify what kind of information do you plan to add in this language? Lexemes, labels, values, etc.?
Tue, Feb 23
Actually no, a moment.
Let's do nan-hani and see how it works.
Mon, Feb 22
Of course it's a bug. It's not actually possible to translate from them, so they must not appear in the list. It's not the most urgent thing or a deployment blocker, but should be addressed some time soon nevertheless.
Sun, Feb 21
Fri, Feb 19
Pull request: https://github.com/WikipediaLibrary/TWLight/pull/621
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Fri, Feb 12
There is demand for this also in the Arabic Wikipedia (discussion). I updated added the description accordingly.
A bit of background: this comes after a discussion on Telegram, where I wondered by should ms-arab be used and not ms-x-Q83942, which already works. What convinced me that ms-arab is better is this response by @Mahir256:
As far as script codes for ms go, the use of the established "arab" subtag would be unambiguous in its reference to Jawi. If the official script code weren't distinguishing enough, then we would have reason to retain the private use code (and even then, BCP47 would allow us to tack on private use subtags to existing composed codes, so the use of arab would still not be entirely eliminated in that case)
OK, this can be added.
OK to add it.
Is anyone adding these codes? @Mbch331
Mon, Feb 8
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Fri, Feb 5
Simply moving the messages in en.json and qqq.json is enough. Everything else will be done by translatewiki scripts.
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Jan 30 2021
Jan 29 2021
Leave it open. It's probably not going to be removed entirely, but at the moment it does have several important bugs, and this task here has good documentation of these. I'll open new tasks separately soon (like, within a month), and close this one.
Jan 24 2021
OK, got it. Go for it.
Jan 23 2021
Sure, but why? Why not $1, for example?
Jan 22 2021
It's legit, but it's on the way to being supported in core MediaWiki, do adding it for lexemes will soon become redundant. Just complete the Most Used messages in translatewiki, and you'll get it.
Thanks a lot for the detailed explanation!
Jan 21 2021
The languages are probably legit, but is there anyone who actually knows them and plans to add lexemes in them?
Jan 20 2021
I can't speak for the whole Language committee, but as far as I can tell, both issues are just a technicality.
Jan 19 2021
Jan 17 2021
Related? - T243250
Not sure where is the good place to put my feedback of this kind... I'll put it here as a comment, but if there's a better place let me know.
Jan 16 2021
Should these be codes? Can't they be just spelling variants, as it is done for Hebrew?
With a bit of work, syl in the Sylheti script will soon be supported in core MediaWiki, and if it's supported in core, it doesn't have to be added especially for lexemes. Is it very urgent to add lexemes in it already now? If someone knows this language well, I encourage them to complete the translation of the most used messages at https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Special:Translate?filter=%21translated&action=translate&language=syl&group=core-0-mostused . It should take just a few days with some dedication. Let me know if I can help with that. The Tyap language (kcg) translators completed the most used messages from 0 to 100% in less than a month recently :)
Jan 15 2021
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Jan 11 2021
Yes, all the previous ones are fixed.
And another one:
Jan 10 2021
Jan 9 2021
These are fine.
Jan 6 2021
I had already announced it, and the most prominent contributor supports: https://ts.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Community_Portal/Archive-6#Community_Response
Jan 5 2021
Thanks again for the detailed explanation!
I'm not saying anything about how urgent this is. As long as we're in agreement that the current user experience is sub-optimal, the product manager can prioritize this in any way that seems right :)
Thanks a lot for the detailed descriptions!
Dec 31 2020
... Here are two more messages that appear to have the same problem:
Dec 30 2020
Dec 29 2020
It happens on the level of the account, not on the level of the software you use to make edits. The Red_Khan_Bot must be added to the bots group, and then all its edits will be marked as bot edits, whether you make them using pywikibot or the usual interactive editing interface.