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For this message: Wikimedia:Wikiedudashboard-campaign.slug/en
And this one: MediaWiki:Sofa-desc/en. I didn't find any info on that extension elsewhere. Not a single mention on mediawiki.org (unless it uses some other name there). "Reporting extension" - reporting what? Like vandalism, or some issues? Or some kind of a status report? Results report? And who is to report: a human user, a bot, or an application? In my language we have different words for those. Please be more precise while creating those English messages (or create /qqq subpages with meaningful explanations), whoever does that. They're giving me a headache.
One more: can someone please tell me why this one (Wikimedia:Wikimedia-grant-review-theme-research/en, "research") is being translated to some languages as "repeat search"?
Another one: MediaWiki:Apihelp-wbcreateclaim-param-tags/en (Change tags to apply to the revision) is being translated as if "change" is a verb, which is incorrect, afaict.
- "Slug" is probably something like a "permalink", but we'll ask for a clarification from the developer.
- I reported a bug: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T248849 . Thanks. Don't let this give you a headache! (But it's really great that you are trying to translate all the extensions into your language and to do it well.)
- I see a problem with Wikimedia:Wikimedia-grant-review-theme-research only in Russian. This is obviously a mistake (or even vandalism).
- I updated the documentation for MediaWiki:Apihelp-wbcreateclaim-param-tags.
Thanks a lot for all the comments!
Hi, Sofa was (still is) an extension that was meant as a proof of concept for some crazy ideas I had. I never finished it, i might some day, but its not even working yet, so I'm not sure if there is much point in translating it.
The extension is meant to be used to generate automatically updated user-defined reports (e.g. like Special:AncientPages). Its envisioned as a replacement for DPL extension.