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New project request: EDTF PHP library

We are developing an EDTF implementation in PHP for the Luxembourg Ministry of Culture. One part of this library allows turning an EDTF string into a more readable natural language version. We already have preliminary support for multiple languages, and would like to use the message system of TranslateWiki to support more languages.

The library is at

TranslateWiki can get write access on this repo.

Will get an open source license soon. I know this is a TranslateWiki requirement. We are waiting on confirmation from the Ministry.

You can see string construction at We'd replace this with a message (string key plus arguments) system like MediaWiki has if we get TranslateWiki support.

Jeroen De Dauw (talk)16:19, 9 February 2021

Do file a Phabricator task per the template in Translating:New_project when you're ready. Do note that inflectNumber (and maybe other code too) needs to be made language aware. You may want to look at CLDR data to see how much of that can be used to solve this.

Nike (talk)11:34, 11 February 2021


Any thoughts on how to avoid having `inflectNumber` in our code to begin with? Ideally we'd be able to use some PHP library that we just give the message key and some arguments, and that then takes care of it, including using the translation files from TranslateWiki in the repo.

Jeroen De Dauw (talk)17:39, 12 February 2021

Looks like it is now suppored by twn: Cool and thanks!

[[kgh]] (talk)16:43, 19 March 2021

Hello, who can help me in renaming of my account from "Გიო ოქრო" to "გიო ოქრო"? Thanks.

Გიო ოქრო (talk)21:37, 11 March 2021

Something seems to be wrong the rename:

16:06, 16 March 2021 Raymond renamed user Გიო ოქრო (229 edits) to Იო ოქრო (

I tried to remove the leading Ი but this character is still there and the first real character ი was removed. No idea how to solve this issue.

Raymond15:38, 16 March 2021

That problem was also in, see Phabricator task. Now it has been rectified.

Იო ოქრო (talk)09:31, 17 March 2021

Ok. Do I understand correct, that Გ is the uppercase letter of გ? Looks like my computer does not have an up-to-date font for Georgian as I see Გ as placeholder character only :-(

Raymond14:52, 17 March 2021
Edited by author.
Last edit: 20:33, 17 March 2021

Actually modern Georgian is unicameral. Georgian has historically used at least 3 major script variants (which in earlier versions of Unicode were merged into a single one and incorrectly encoded as if it was bicameral with two variants; even if at its original it was unicameral and using only one variant).

There is however some limited use where 2 script variants may be used simultaneously, but normally NOT in the same word (it's like the upright versus italic variants in Latin, that you normally don't mixup to create case distinctions).

At some past period, there's been an attempt to use two variants as if the script was bicameral, making one of the variants "capital", and the other lowercase. This was an error.

Actually you should NEVER convert any lettercase in Georgian, letters should preserve their existing case in the 3 existing major variants. But outdated softwares still do this conversion to generate some "titlecasing", which is wrong for Georgian as it will mix the 3 variants (that are actually 3 distinct alphabets, not exactly and fully equivalent). So "Გ" is NOT the uppercase letter of "გ"; these are just semi-equivalent letters in two variants of the script. In the modern Georgian use, you can perfectly use only one variant for everything in your text;

But a second variant may be used to emphasize text (not to create case distinctions), just like you could use smallcaps in Latin in a paragraph of text, or use an "allcaps" style for monumental inscriptions and small extracts of text (but note that in Latin, you loose some text distinctions; the same occurs in Georgian because converting from the modern to the historic "capital" variant is also lossy for a few characters of the alphabet).

Mediawiki should not then remap any Georgian letter for titlecasing (i.e. the first character of pagenames), even if these characters are sorted at the same position for the primary collation level): these letters are still distinct, but the distinction is NOT a valid lettercase distinction.

There are some informal use of the Georgian script as if it was a bicameral script (or even tricameral!), but this is informal. Such transforms are in general lossy and invalid if they are automated. The best way you should look at the Georgian script is "as is" it actually was 3 distinct scripts M, A and N; but another view of it considers it as having 2 major scripts (only A, or mostly M plus some A; mostly A plus some N);

  • [Geor] (Georgian): Mkhedruli + some (Aso)mtavruli, or just Mkhedruli (modern use only). Mediawiki casemaps M+A as it it was bicameral (this is deprecated: a M-only text is correct, an A-only text is not modern Georgian).
  • [Geok] (Khutsuri): Asomtavruli + some Nuskhuri (Nuskhuri is normally never used alone); this is an old historic use (A+N, or just A for monumental use only).

The question of whever Georgian is really bicameral is still debated (this depends on orthographic conventions that have still never been resolved definitely): this is the same situation that occured in the past for Medieval Latin, or Medieval Greek, before bicameral lettercase were considered as important distinctions with string distinctions allowing the same word to mix the two cases under strict conditions (and then conversion under weak/lossy conditions).

There's a comparable situation in Japanese which is written with 2 distinct Kana scripts (Hiragana and Katakana) which are not really equivalent (one of them is more lossy than the other), and that uses a third script occasionally (Kaji sinograms): converting *automatically* between Hiragana and Katakana is invalid, even if some letter pairs collate at the same primary position (in a sorted list or for plain-text searches).

Raymond, what you did was clearly wrong: you removed the first letter "Გ", the user asked you to change the first letter "Გ" from one Georgian alphabet variant to "გ" another variant. Then the second letter was incorrectly capitalized (and here this is a bug of MediaWiki that should NOT capitalize this "ი" letter into "Ი").

In fact as long as Mediawiki considers Georgian as a true bicameral script (based on how the script was initially encoded in Unicode, then extended later to add a third historic alphabet now considered as part of a separate "Geok" script for ISO 15924) the two letters "Გ" and "Გ" (that are "case-mapped" by Mediawiki using the deprecated Unicode casing rules) should have caused the request to NOT be honored.

You should have not touched this username at all because Mediawiki still considers they are equivalent when ignoring case (and there's still no way to avoid the "promotion" of the "გ" initial onto "Გ" in page titles).

Instead the user could have modified its user page "User:Გიო ოქრო", using "{{DISPLAYTITLE:User:გიო ოქრო}}" as a valid way to override the incorrect forced capitalilisation made by MediaWiki.

Verdy p (talk)19:53, 17 March 2021

"Raymond, what you did was clearly wrong: you removed the first letter "Გ",..:"

Yes, this is what I understand no. Გ looks like a kind of control character which should be removed.

@Გიო ოქრო: I can try to rename you back to "Გიო ოქრო". But I see no chance to rename you to "გიო ოქრო" because MediaWiki converts every first character of a page, even a username, to uppercase.

Raymond20:10, 17 March 2021

Two typos in

"This tag provides allows you to embedd a video."

Change to

"This tag allows you to embed a video."
Verdy p (talk)01:26, 11 March 2021

Done Done with Gerrit:670798 pending review.

Raymond11:30, 11 March 2021

@Raymond: You forgot the first typo signaled above (doubled d in "embedd" ==> "embed") in this Gerrit patch

And I signaled it as soon as you submitted this for review on Gerrit, which was unfortunately accepted and closed during its review, without first looking at this message thread (linked in the Gerrit patch description) to see this comment.

Note that I cannot connect to Gerrit, due to a long-standing bug of the Gerrit site (that does not recognize my account name with its underscore/space and refuses to create another account with another account name but with the same owner email), so it's impossible for me to make any change or comment in Wikimedia Gerrit, and you'll need a second patch in Gerrit to fix this.

Verdy p (talk)16:51, 11 March 2021

Follow up patch Gerrit:672733 pending review.

Raymond14:50, 16 March 2021

What is the "{nav `} key on your keyboard" ? It seems to be a for very specific keyboard layout and not accessible at all, unless this is actuelly a template replaced by an actual key name. If this is a template, it should better be a variable placeholder that will be tuned specifically for locales or according to user preferences in application settings.

Verdy p (talk)07:54, 16 March 2021

Obsuser and his translations

Can someone block User:Obsuser? He's edit warring, behaves stubbornly, does not respect the agreements made between Serbian translators regarding translations, and translates too literally. For example, the changes he has made in this edit only make it difficult to understand the text. He translated "Intended blockee" as "Намењено да се блокира" (Intended to block) -- which is very unclear in general, let alone in the Serbian standard language. The previous translation was "Блокирани корисник" (Blocked user) -- which was a very natural option. Due to the same pattern of behavior, he was blocked on Serbian Wikipedia permanently more than a year ago. User:Kizule can confirm this since his mother tongue is also Serbian. Thanks in advance!

BadDog (talk)19:10, 20 October 2020

I can confirm all things which BadDog said. He (Obsuser) still doesn't understand what teamwork means.

Kizule (talk)20:05, 20 October 2020

Bump. He is like an "energy vampire" who works only on his own and consumes the energy of us who are trying to contribute.

He persistently wants to translate literally, on incomprehensible way.

And, my god, without consulting with someone else.

Kizule (talk)16:15, 25 October 2020

I only see one recent thread on their talk page. Was it about this topic?

Nike (talk)09:15, 30 November 2020

Partially. But neither the first nor the last, for sure.

Kizule (talk)11:59, 20 December 2020

Hi Nike, I would like to know the status of this request. His behavior has not changed, plus he got a global lock on all WMF projects (

The most recent example of his circus is the nonsense machine translation:

He translates literally, unnaturally and unreasonably.

And in our case, it is necessary to translate so that the translation is in the spirit of the language into which it is translated, as well as that the translation coincides as much as possible with the original.

Kizule (talk)21:26, 11 March 2021

Optional message

Edited by another user.
Last edit: 18:01, 3 March 2021

Could you please mark this message optional?

Joseph (talk)10:08, 28 February 2021


See: 668350: Add optional message for Toolhub - Backend |


Abijeet Patro (talk)09:40, 4 March 2021

You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason:

The action you have requested is limited to users in the group: Users.

You can view and copy the source of this page.

Return to Thread:Support/Optional message/reply (2).

Related change is now deployed


Abijeet Patro (talk)11:55, 8 March 2021

Raw HTML permission

Joseph (talk)20:29, 19 February 2021

These resources are part of the raw HTML content of the Visual Editor, which is NOT parsed by Mediawiki to be safe (this is not visible here even if they all look safe in the source, but one could add unsafe HTML and.javascript code that could harm the wiki or the user privacy as soon as translations are uploaded from to these wikis). For this reason, you can just propose translations, and submit a ticket to have them integrated by an admin (not jsut a translation admin on this wiki, but an admin of the VisualEditor project). Use the contact link

In my opinion, such resources should still be translatable here, and it's up to the VisualEditor team to import them and scan their safety, before putting them in their source repository and deploying them with Mediawiki updates. on all other wikis.

Or they could have made these translations behave like MediaWiki content (i.e. just restricting unsafe HTML elements (like script, embed, object, iframe, style, meta, a, or other multimedia elements...) and attributes (like on*="..." eventhandlers), or unsupported HTML elements (even if they are safe like thead, tbody, tfoot), but not portable across all target HTML versions (and other rendering engines like PDF), and all browsers (including mobile, or limited smartTV browsers that are not necessarily using HTML5 or that require some browser specific-tricks), all these being possible targets that Mediawiki supports with its parser.

Verdy p (talk)16:54, 7 March 2021

Thanks for the response , I'll contact with them.

Joseph (talk)17:24, 7 March 2021

Verdy p is right for the time until a better solution feel free to post your translations here I and would be happy to add them.

Raymond18:32, 7 March 2021

direct links, tools, teleport or something to accurate localization of items in translating process?

what i mean is, is there any way to localize exact page/wiki/ that i am currently translating in the tool? it is clear that when i want to translate a content of a page i just click translate page and its fine. but we have here different tools and extensions and applications where it would be useful to see source. i understand that if i am translating external application i have to download it and run it in chosen language to see if my translations are correct. but for example i am traslating "wikimedia portals" message group and because of the grammar complexity of my language it would be very useful to know where exactly each message is shown (as for example the message "read wikipedia in your laguage" is shown at the wikipedia home page, but how do i know that this message is from/for that page?)

yardom78 (talk)11:48, 5 March 2021

change my username, please

could someone change my username to: yardom78 thank you very much in advance

jarmi (talk)06:18, 5 March 2021

Done Done


Abijeet Patro (talk)10:00, 5 March 2021

Request for Translators permission

Hello, I created my account several years ago but have never really used it. I do not have permission to edit translations. Below the edit box it saya You need translation rights to translate messages. Get permission, but the linked page does not explain what to do apart from “wait for approval”. Did I misunderstand something, or has my old account somehow “decayed”?

C960657 (talk)15:19, 12 February 2021

Hello C960657,

I've added you to the translator group, which should give you permission to translate. Happy translating!


Abijeet Patro (talk)11:42, 4 March 2021

rmy change the name of the main page

"This action has been automatically identified as harmful, and therefore disallowed. If you believe your action was constructive, please inform an administrator of what you were trying to do. A brief description of the abuse rule which your action matched is: Established main page translations cannot be changed directly as it would disrupt wikis using the old translation. You can request changes in Support. "

Can a admin change the translation for main page from "गाहाइ बिलाइ" to "Sherutni patrin". All Vlax Romani Wikipedia is written in latin characters there is no reason the main page would be different.

Adehertogh (talk)08:47, 2 March 2021

Done Done


Abijeet Patro (talk)09:57, 4 March 2021

Remove some accidental creations


I just have created several documentation pages (/qqq) believing I was translating into French language. I have now tagged them with {{delete}}, can you delete them please?

Sorry for my mistake.

Pols12 (talk)15:50, 1 March 2021

Done Done

Raymond08:14, 3 March 2021

Contributions by User:Alefar

This user was blocked a month ago but most of their contributions haven't been deleted:

They mostly translated English messages to "British English" by converting them to ALL CAPS. I manually reverted a few, but those should probably be deleted as well as they are identical to their English counterparts.

Ed g2s (talk)15:30, 21 January 2021

I will do it for MediaWiki and extensions in the next few days. A bit of manual work ...


All other deletions are to be done in non-Gerrit-repos

Raymond17:29, 24 January 2021

[rmc] Activate new language: Carpathian Romani - ''romaňi čhib''

Hi, I have the projekt to iniciate Carpathian romani wikipedia in the Incubator. Because this language still have no wikimedia projekt, I would like to start the translation on translatewiki for wikimedia's projekts. Language in writen in latin characters so LTR. Thanks

Adehertogh (talk)13:57, 26 November 2020


I can probably add it.

Are there any other websites in this language?

Is it distinct from the language at ?

Amir E. Aharoni (talk)12:31, 30 November 2020
  • Vlax Romani [rmy] is another Romani language, spoken more to the South (mainly in the Balkans and some Southern parts of Hungary and Southwest Romania or Moldavia, or Macedonia and Northern Greece). It is the most spoken Romani language. It is usually written in the Latin script (rarely with the Cyrillic script except in Macedonia, or the Greek script except in Northern Greece).
  • It is distinguished from Central Romani or Carpathian Romani [rmc], spoken more to the North (mainly in the Northern parts of Hungary, and in Slovakia, Poland and most parts of Bulgaria and Romania and Western Ukraine; its southernmost area is in Serbia). It is most frequently written with the Latin script, but may be written with the Cyrillic script in Servia, Bulgaria and Ukraine.

It is not clear which Romani language is used in Wikipedia, it is very likely that it is effectively the Vlax variant as it is the most developed one with a written tradition.

Central Romani however has suffered from the split of scripts used in its area. Today, both languages are in contact and probably mixed/confused in Hungary where this Indo-European language is very distant from the dominant Finno-Uralic language Hungarian (but with some better proximity with Slavic languages: Slovenian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Polish). Some contacts are also in Romania.

Central Romani (like all Romani languages) has made lots of borrowings (lexically and grammatically) from the domaininat languages they were in contact with, but with many more differences for Central Romani because there's big differences between domainant languages in its area; Central Romani has also been a lot influenced by Turkish (during the Ottoman Empire), but less than Vlax Romani.

However the main distinction between the two languages is their date of migrations: Central Romani is more ancient and borrowed more words from Persian, and some older borrowings from Armenian and Georgian, then later from Turkish, whereas Vlax Romani has been influenced by Turkish for a more longer time.

The two Romani languages have clear phonetic differences from their very different times of migrations (and with contacts with different old empires). Today however they are now a lot influenced by the dominant language. And in Hungary it is sufficiently dictinct to have kept its original distinction than everywhere else in the Latin-Romanic, Germanic, and Slavic areas.

Both languages were not written at all for centuries, and most efforts for writing them and develop an orthography first occured in the former Yugoslavia and in Bulgaria and Ukraine (during the USSR regime) only in the XXth century (after WW1 and the collapse of the former Ottoman Empire), so they were written in the Cyrillic script (for a short time). Today most efforts are using the Latin script (but there's still not been any attempt to develop a common orthography, orthographies being mostly driven by conventions used for the dominant languages): Hungarian and Polish use very different systems for the Latin script, so do the orthographies of Central Romani.

For Vlax Romani it is simpler. because there's some good degree of agreement between Croatian, Slovenian, Latin-Serbian, Slovakian, along with German and Italian during the former Austro-Hungarian empire (Macedonian and Albanian or Turkish did not contribute a lot and there was a strong resistance with the former Turkish empire; Romani people have migrated a lot to escape the ruling of former empires when they were too much brutal against minorities, and as their languages were no written, the tradition were kept orally and Romanis have always been very protectful for their oral culture and keeping united; this is still true today in every country where they live now, in well-defined communities but without clear borders).

So Central Romani / Carpathian Romani (rmc] still has no real support in Wikipedia like Vlax Romani. Its development as a written language is very recent, since the democratisation of Eastern Europe and notably in Romania at end of the 1990's. Vlax Romani was less threatened since longer time in Italy, Switzerland, France and Spain, along the Mediterranean Sea coasts where Vlax Romani people were constantly relocating (and in Germany and Austria only after WW2, some now being travelling as well into Egypt and even in America).

Getting access to litteracy has been long for all Romanis, and it is still difficult for them to get good education in schools not well prepared to receive people constant travelling across countries. However the internet and mobile networks are changing things radically for them: they can now communicate more easily and get some support internationally to preserve their culture in the written form.

Given all this, [rmc] merits its own development, distinctly from Vlax Romani [rmy]. However [rmc] may need to be supported in two scripts: Latin and Cyrillic (for use in Bulgaria, and possibly Ukraine). For religious use however the Latin script is favored (most Romanis are fervent Roman Catholic today, rather than Orthodox Christians, and the Bible has been the best written reference for them, beside oral celebrations).

Verdy p (talk)03:59, 1 December 2020

I don't have such linguistic knowledge as Verdy p, but working and communicating with Romanis from Slovakia, I can tell that they do not understand vlax romani. An other important point is the recent strong influence of the majority language in the romani language which of course differs from every country. In Slovakia and Czechia, romani use a Czechoslovak standardized writing which is different from the international one, unknown by romani except by few specialist. Spoken with several people, we choose to use the Czechoslovak standard to Start the wikipedia project to be understood by the largest northern central romani people and get the latest audience as possible. As reference there is the today's most complete Slovak-Romani dictionary (isbn 978-80-970999-0-9). But in the future, I would be good to support the two Latin scripts Czechoslovak and international.

Adehertogh (talk)21:50, 2 December 2020

Note that independantly of the ISO 639 classifgication of Romani languages, they are **independant** ofd their written forms which vary greatly: Traditionally these languages have been used orally, witgh strong enough differences in their oral forms to be encoded separately. Its classification however complicates a lot if you take the written forms, because they have *no* standard. As well the oral languages are constantly adapted locally with the dominant language with which they coexist, so much that there are many things borrowed unformally: these broowing may be lexical (and often persist in their tradition) but also grammatical (these are much less persistant, and the same people may change these depending on where they are or travel: so beside the "pure" language spoken by the community themselsves in their own families, when they travel and communicate with others, they constantly adpt their language to other speakers, including with the various gipsy or travellers communities). It should be noted that Romanis people are very frequently multilingual, because they travel a lot across countries (that's why it is often hard for them to adopt a nationality in Europe, and why they are also often discriminated, for not adopting any national standard; still there are some Romani communities that have been settled and have stopped migrating: these settled non-migrant communities are most common in South-Eastern Europe (notably in Romania and Bulgaria, but as well in some other places much further, such as Egypt and US, where they have more or less adopted some national standards, and then started to develop a strong local dialect very influenced by the local language such as English and Arabic).

In the United Kingdom, the Romani travelers have largely settled and their inherited familial language has then adopted the local English language so much that their language initially forming a very distinct dialect has become a minority language then threatened: Welsh Romani for example is now considered almost extinct: it iinitially adopted a local form based on the regional Welsh language, but as Welsh itself was threatened and remlaced by English, the Welsh Romani has disappeared, and there remains just English with some Romani terminology more or less adapted. Angloromani also has almost disappeared as well. Now Ropmani travelers may come to Britain, but most of them are Vlax Romani or Central Romani people which may cross the English Channel only for a few months, or for temporary familial or festive or religious events (they will often come from France, Belgium or Germany).

Anyway this topic is about [rmc] (Central/Carpathian Romani): yes it is very distinct from Vlax Romani [rmy]. But it's almost impossible to assert which language it is precisely in the writtern form. As well most Romani peopl use the Latin script, but this= is not universal: the Cyrillic and Greek scripts are used as well (there was an attempt done in Russia, Belarussia and Ukraine) to develop a standard based on Cyrillic, and sometimes iot may be used for a few Romani languages: this Cyrrilic form may have been used during the USSR, where Romani people were isolated from Western Europe, but now they are in contact again with other Romani people in Romania and Turkey, and now throughout the European Union where they can travel freely: the Cyrillic script is now almost no longer used except in Western Russia where there is a significant Romani community settled since long.

(I don't know if Romani people settled in Egypt use now the Arabic script; but it is very likely to occur if they have converted from Christianism to Islam).

Verdy p (talk)07:06, 3 December 2020

Trying again:

Are there any other websites in this language? :)

Amir E. Aharoni (talk)11:29, 4 December 2020

Change the ''Revertpage''-type messages

At the moment, if the edit is rolled back, the description contains a link to the member's page, which is not applicable to the edits of anonymous users. I ask to replace all links to the user page in these posts with links to the contribution page. MediaWiki:Revertpage-anon/en MediaWiki:Revertpage-nouser/en MediaWiki:Revertpage/en

Ivan-r (talk)20:07, 16 February 2021

An "anonymous" user *has* a user page: it is bound to its IP (so it's not really anonymous, just not associated to a account as the user was just not connected).

In this case, the link goes to a "User:IP address" page (works for IPv4 addresses in dotted decimal format, and IPv6 addresses in hexadecimal with colon-separated groups), which also has a "User talk:IP address". Such links will still be useful for other users to see what that user (or groups of users) did, to take action where needed (if this is a VPN or open proxy, the IP or a range of IP may be blocked, without affecting the possibility of users to logon if they suffer it and are not related to the issue caused by some other people using the same VPN or proxy or public Wifi hotspot, at the same time or in the past or future).

You should be aware that editing any wiki without being logged in with a user account is a privacy issue as the IP will becomely publicly visible and associated with their access time and topics of interests and their own statements/opinions in talk pages. Most wikis detail this. Some wikis do not allow any IP user and require all their users to be logged in to modify anything, even if they permit a readonly access (which may remain publicly anonymous only in this case). Make a single edit while you are not logged in, and login later while doing the same similar actions will let anyone know who you are and will damage the privacvy of your user account. The same can happen if you loose the connection for any reason and continue editing while being known only by your IP.

Note also that strict anonymity does not exist or is not even legal in almost all countries! the site must keep an access log of IP+time for authorities, and archive those logs for some months or years (depending on the country where the site is hosted and legally registered). Such logs however are frequently parsed and used by sites (including by Wikimedia, for a few admins that have the "IPcheck users" and that are in contract with the Foundation to avoid disclising any information that is not strictly bound to the resolution of a legal or community-rule violation.

To enforce the legal restriction, many site will restrict access rights to IP-only users (notably those using an IP used by a anonymizing proxy or VPN, or a Tor exit node): users MUST then logon to avoid this issue.

As well users may have several accounts with distinct identities even if they run them in the same IP. As well there may be multiple users on the same shared IP (in the same company or school for example, or those using a public Wifi hotspot like a restaurant): here again, users are strongly encouraged to logon with their own account, ans so their IP will no longer be exposed in their edits.

Verdy p (talk)21:12, 16 February 2021

It's all empty water which is not related to the query.

Ivan-r (talk)18:19, 18 February 2021

please fix "seperate" -> "separate"

Verdy p (talk)19:53, 16 February 2021

Done Done Patch submitted: Gerrit:664724.

Raymond07:15, 17 February 2021

L10n-bot does not export some Pywikibot translations

Hi all. Yesterday, I made some changes to the Pywikibot translations (ar, ary and arz languages). Today, L10n-bot only exported the ar translations but not the ary, arz ones. Specifically, it didn't export Pywikibot:Redirect-broken-redirect-template/arz and Pywikibot:Redirect-broken-redirect-template/ary. @MarcoAurelio: suggested that this may be due to a configuration issue. So, could someone take a look at this issue, please? Thank you.

Meno25 (talk)17:58, 5 October 2020

Only special thing I see is that these are optional messages and the only ones in that language for that group.

Nike (talk)19:12, 5 October 2020

Spanish translation pronouns

Will the page generally use the "tu" or "Usted" pronoun in translations? I would like to be consistent.

JamesB (talk)20:38, 13 February 2021

May be there's a "-formal" or "-informal" variant for Spanish, just like there are in German or Dutch (if so the absence of the selected variant means the opposite). This is something to ask on Spanish Wikimedia sites. In most languages the formal variant id the default (and even preferred for many other non-Wikimedia sites, so be careful about this and don't change this unilaterally with prior talks, and use the most frequent choice, notably those in the "Core" MediaWiki messages which have already been vetted since long for Spanish)

Verdy p (talk)21:07, 14 February 2021

Error in

Hi, I think it should be:

Directory $1 does not have file $2.

Second parameter is missing from original source.

SemanticPioneer (talk)00:06, 14 February 2021

Thank you for the report. Patch Gerrit:664055 submitted, waiting for review.

Raymond12:19, 14 February 2021
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