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مراجعة مشاريع010:40, 3 January 2019
SMW, Smeantic forms and other semantic extensions018:37, 4 June 2016
Zanatos110:31, 30 December 2012
Documentation of plural rules015:56, 28 April 2012

مراجعة مشاريع

مرحبًا.أريد مراجعة مشروعين في 2019:المتتبع (وإن شاء الله سأراجعه غدًا)، وميدياويكي، ولكن لا أعرف كيف أراجع أكثر من 34 ألف رسالة، ولا حتى كيف أعد قائمة بمجموعات الرسائل الفرعية، هل لديكم نصائح؟شكرًا

ديفيد (talk)10:40, 3 January 2019

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Hello, please check his contributions. I had to delete his Italian translations because they were blindly copied from machine translation suggestions; he's active on ar.wiki, but given the speed I'm not sure his translations can be trusted. Thanks,

Nemo (talk)15:24, 29 December 2012

Sorry, the situation is even worse than expected: he copied machine translation suggestions without any check, even with broken links and all sorts of invalid markup, so that there's not even need to check the linguistic part of his work. I'm mass-deleting the translations now; yesterday Raymond didn't export Arab, so the errors have not been spread anywhere.

Nemo (talk)10:31, 30 December 2012
 

Documentation of plural rules

I have drafted a list of Mediawiki plural rules for all languages. I would be grateful if a translator could check that the rules for Arabic are correctly recorded in the list. If I have made a mistake please go ahead and correct it.

I see that you have got a note of the code for the Arabic Mediawiki plural rules on the arabic project page. However, it could be useful to explain the rules in Arabic, or in Arabic and English, for the benefit of any future new translators who, like me, struggle to understand code. You could also consider explaining how Arabic plural works in projects using CLDR or gettext.

Lloffiwr (talk)15:56, 28 April 2012