Sat, Mar 20
For me, the problem shows up in a different spot too: When I have the language box open, I can scroll to approximately the 10th or 11th language on the list and then it bounces back up to the top of the screen. Anything below that is inaccessible.
Dec 23 2020
Dec 1 2020
In cursory searching, I haven't yet been able to determine the specific language of this title; according to the Wikipedia article on the Mille Lacs Band, who publish this newspaper, although they're categorized by the Minnesota state government and the United States federal government as a "Minnesota Chippewa Tribe", they prefer the term "Ojibwe". Search engines are telling me that the term "Chippewa language" does not appear on their official web site: they appear to always use the term "Ojibwe language", and unfortunately pages which contain significant passages in the language like this one are not marked with a language code in the HTML.
Oct 7 2020
Jul 19 2020
It's still ongoing, but I'm not sure what workboard to put it on.
May 9 2020
Some Lua basics [[T227557]] from Wikimania.
For later on, quite a few of this user's edits are on the list since they were unsourced.
I think the point was to have the list in an etherpad, where it's easier to avoid edit conflicts. The list also loads really slowly (I have a crappy internet connection).
I'm adding 3 tables where it is easy to see what language versions the person has an article in. I think this should make it easier to check if the article already has references that can be used in Wikidata.
May 4 2020
Feb 12 2020
Other anomalies: the Sámi or Sami?
Dec 19 2019
Note: The tables for this ticket need to be updated.
Where do you mean? In labels in items like https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q2320
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Jul 31 2019
This link @Susannaanas found is also great: https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Identify_problems_with_adding_new_languages_into_Wikidata
Jul 28 2019
Here's an example of the Wikimedia Commons category page language selectors above for languages that have already been added elsewhere, but are still showing ISO codes in Commons:
A minor nitpicky issue with the Ume Saami version; the autonym has been split into two different words, when it should all be one word like it has been when entering the word in this screenshot (and like it's written in the table in the ticket description):
@Nikki : that's Finnish, yes. And I'm not sure how I managed to confuse autonyms with the name in Finnish (or in Northern Saami, which is what I usually use the UI in). I'll have to look into what's in CLDR again in these languages (and the other Saami languages too). Thanks!
Jul 26 2019
Funnily enough they show up correctly in the caption box in Commons.
Jul 25 2019
Oh I will so be using this this weekend!
@Urbanecm : thanks!
Jul 23 2019
UI translations are done at Translatewiki.net. There's some information at https://translatewiki.net/wiki/FAQ#How_to_add_a_new_language but I'm not sure exactly which languages they allow.
It's not a technical requirement. It's a process requirement by the Language committee. So this particular thing doesn't require any technical work, but a policy change.
For Wikidata, since labels form part of the UI,
Jul 21 2019
Any idea when this is going to start working? It'd be really nice to be able to use these languages in Wikidata right now for the Wikimania Menu Challenge that's going on.
Jul 19 2019
Jul 7 2019
Thanks, @Lea_Lacroix_WMDE !
Jul 4 2019
I've removed sju, sjd, and rmf out of this task as redundant. Thanks!
This shouldn't be time-consuming to do, since this has been done recently for other Saami languages, for example, part of T222309.
@Urbanecm : they could be divided up into separate tickets if need be.
Jul 2 2019
@Tulsi_Bhagat : I would appreciate it if you did it. Thanks.
Jun 29 2019
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Jun 21 2019
I've added the templates for all of the Saami languages except for Kemi.
Jun 20 2019
It was already possibly to use Southern and Northern Saami for captions, and now Inari and Skolt Saami can be too. The remaining Saami languages still cannot be used for captions as of today.
Jun 19 2019
This is wonderful, thank you all so much! This opens up so many new possibilities for us!