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<includeonly>This is the localized project name for [{{{url}}} {{{name}}}]. These names are not embedded in a sentence. For example, they can be used as a standalone heading. Translate all parts, including proper names (e.g. country names).{{#ifeq:{{{language}}}|zxx||&nbsp;The (hopefully) translated language name from [[CLDR]], which you can use if the project name contains a language name, is "{{#languagename:{{{language}}}}}".}}</includeonly><noinclude>This is the template for the qqq.json descriptions of the auto-generated project names, that are to be translated locally.
<includeonly>This is the localized project name for '[{{{url}}} {{{name}}}]'.</includeonly>
 
   
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The parameters are:
<noinclude>This is the template for the qqq.json description of the auto-generated project names, that are to be translated locally. Translate all parts, including proper names (e.g. country name).</noinclude>
 
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* <code>url</code> e.g. https://de.wikipedia.org
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* <code>name</code> in English, e.g. "German Wikipedia"
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* <code>language</code> language code, often the same as in the domain, but not necessarily. If the language name is not important to the project name, use <code>zxx</code>.</noinclude>

Latest revision as of 07:23, 29 March 2016

This is the template for the qqq.json descriptions of the auto-generated project names, that are to be translated locally.

The parameters are:

  • url e.g. https://de.wikipedia.org
  • name in English, e.g. "German Wikipedia"
  • language language code, often the same as in the domain, but not necessarily. If the language name is not important to the project name, use zxx.