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Jeblad is falsely assuming here that the Icelandic alphabet order is the same as in Norwegian. That is not the case, and even the Icelandic alphabet has some letters which are not present in Norwegian, and vice versa. I added the current table sorting on the Icelandic wikipedia after some talks with other wikipedians on the Icelandic wikipedia. The sort order configured in MediaWiki:Common.js on the Icelandic Wikipedia is completely in line with the Icelandic alphabet.
Nov 26 2017
Proposed solution: An converter that uses the language that an user chooses in the Universial Language Selector (ULS) extension to convert cardianal directions both ways: both from the user language and to english, and from english to the user language. This would be used for two seperate usecases:
- When adding/modifying an geo coordinate: The coordinate converter would convert the cardinal directions from the language that the user chose to English, which would then be stored in the database.
- When viewing an geo coordinate: The coordinate corverter would convert the cardinal directions from the database in English to the language that the user chose.
Nov 6 2017
Nov 4 2017
I would also like to mention that I used some regex in the BWDS list, so "haha+" (for example) is intended to also match repetations of that pattern.
Nov 2 2017
I have finished reviewing the BWDS list.
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I found examples of this error on is.wikipedia by using Quarry on Labs. Those are:
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I have seen DerivativeFX at http://tools.wmflabs.org/derivative/deri1.php
Currently the webservice of the tool is down, though.
Aug 15 2015
More examples of duplicate massmessage posts:
as per my previous comment and due to the fact that Ricardisamoa has not repurposed this bug.
Jun 25 2015
This should probably be closed.
Jun 7 2015
This is not isolated to user pages only, and this definatly is not an one-off type of occurrence.