Tue, Aug 14
This is done as of yesterday!
Sat, Aug 11
Done, thanks for all the help, @DavidSaroyan and other translators!
Wed, Aug 8
Mon, Aug 6
Not finished just yet, still need to remove the remnants from core.
Jul 10 2018
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Jun 4 2018
@DavidSaroyan All the image descriptions including English translations have been put in a table on our wiki, on this page, and are ready for Armenian translations. I think the simplest thing is for you to do the translations there (I find using VisualEditor the easiest for big tables like this), and then once that is done I will put the translations into the image descriptions on Commons. :-)
Done by @SabineRonsen. :-)
May 30 2018
Done by [[User:Profoss]] (no Phabricator account) – all pictures can be seen here.
Done here, but could need some more "meat on the bone".
Solved with this subpage, which bypasses the normal translation markup so that translations in the two languages (English and Armenian) can simply be put into the table. Once that is done they can be copied over to Commons.
Apr 16 2018
@MoritzMuehlenhoff Fantastic, great job, and thanks for the notify.
Mar 19 2018
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Mar 12 2018
The technical aspects of this are all set up and ready to go, but there are some other considerations, especially privacy (keeping GDPR in mind) and policy (what should be the criteria for getting an e-mail like this) that need to be sorted out. This is something we need to think more about how to figure out, so putting it on the back-burner for now.
Mar 6 2018
@jeblad You're right, sorry, my bad, so re-opened for now. You have a point, but I think it is a wider issue than what's fit for just this task for a single language code. This is not the first and likely not the last monolingual language code that isn't in CLDR. I think this should preferrably be discussed in a higher-level task like T144272 or T124758, or perhaps a task of its own. What do you think?
Mar 2 2018
@jeblad After these patches, the only missing Sami languages in Wikidata are Akkala Sami, Kemi Sami and Ter Sami. All are dead (or almost dead) with little or no literature. In the Sami bibliography I'm working on uploading, there are no texts in any of these languages. So I don't think it's necessary to add them yet, at least not until we have good use-cases where it is necessary to have these codes for monolingual properties.