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@Amire80 What's your view on this?
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This is blocked on LangCom approval for the remaining languages.
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@Esc3300 My patch was denied for 2 reasons:
- I used da instead of nl (which has been fixed)
- There is not enough proof of consensus in this task (this is something I can't fix.
Added missing translations. Language codes that are present in CLDR need to be updated upstream, language codes not present in CLDR can be added to LocalNamesNl.php
Sat, Jun 26
Since there is only approval for mix in case of Mixtepec Mixtec and no approval for mix-und, this isn't ready to go. Still needs LangCom approval. @jhsoby @Amire80 is mix-und a good alternative for this case where it's unknown which form of Mixtec is used?
No. It's only available for monolingual properties. Labels/aliases/descriptions aren't properties and thus not supported. If it's needed, a new ticket is needed for that.
Jun 22 2021
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Ideally these changes should be added to Cldr
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Jun 12 2021
Language name is correct in CLDR (in LocalNamesEn.php).
Not used for Lexemes, but added as a monolingual language code. Will remove it there.
Since this was created by a langcom member, I assume this can be considered as approved by LangCom
Looks like the language dropdown is using ULS and not the monolingual language dropdowns from Wikidata. So this is more for the SDC team and not for the Language codes team.
Jun 11 2021
I think the list of disallowed languages can be something like:
Jun 10 2021
Which steps can run parallel ?
Jun 7 2021
First langcom approval is needed, than a patch can be made
I've used Wyandot as the name of the language in English, since that's what most sources use.
Jun 4 2021
If I'm not around, any other volunteer coder can do this. These are quite simple changes.
- For code review, I added a few open ones I found into "Wikidata (consider for next sprint)". Is this the correct place or should be in "Wikidata (in progress)" ?
If there is actually a patch, Wikidata-Campsite (Wikidata-Campsite-Iteration-∞) is the correct tag and peer review is the correct status.
Coding done by volunteer -> 1 week after langcom approval (should be shorter, but depends on when the volunteer (usually mee) has time). (Doesn't matter which of the three it is.)
Coding done by WMDE: Don't know if they want to spend "expensive" paid resources when it can easily be done by a volunteer
code review: usually done within 1 week after delivery of the code
After code review the deployment is with the next train (code deployment)
Lydia review nowadays not needed as long as there is langcom approval. @Amire80 / @jhsoby can comment on the langcom approval part.
Maybe @Lydia_Pintscher has something to say about the WMDE side (if my assumptions are correct and maybe I missed something)
Jun 3 2021
Jun 2 2021
@Amire80: Still ok with mvf?
May 26 2021
A lot of deleted items/Lexemes still appear in the triple store:
(Probably more, but these are the ones my bot finds, because there would be a constraint violation for P2397)
May 3 2021
I'll make a patch to add the correct language to LocalNamesSv.php