Enable aae: Arbërisht
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I only changed the Incubator variable to yes. Do you suggest that I can also change the disabled variable to no?
No, do not remove the alert as long as it is not enabled (and notably don't allow the link to the translate UI as it will NOT select the correct target language and can damage the translation of other languages: if you follow a link using an sdaibled language, the Translate UI will open only for translating to your currently selected and enabled user language, not the one you expected!).
I provided you a link above showing the actual status. Only a site admin can activate the Translation UI (and it will instantly be visible on Special:ActiveLanguages/aae). Only at that time, the alert can be dropped from the portal (there's still no way in the wiki to test automatically if a language is enabled or not, so the portal page still has to be tweaked manually.)
Still you can register on the portal in the list of translators, and can also add the language as well to your babel box on your user page (but your level 2 on it may not be sufficient for the site admin, nespacially if you work alone: invite other interested users to join your effort here or on the Wikimedia Incubator by creating an account here, and register themselves in the portal after filling in their user box; this is not necessary for new translators once the language is enabled and actively maintained with a active community somewhere to discuss it).
Also look at the requirements for an Incubator to succeed., and they are checked as well on https://codelookup.toolforge.org/aae (these conditions, summarized in https://incubator.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wp/aae, are those from Wikimedia, and are separate of conditions for enableing the language on translatewiki.net; they are not decided by the same admins, but a language enabled in Wikiemdia will generally be enabled here very fast).
See also guidelines and policies documented on Translatewiki.net languages (some infos may be old and may eventually have changed, but they are still globally relevant even they could have been relaxed or enforced with new requirements, the site admins will decide what to do after consulting relevant parties for each target project, notably those for Wikimedia wikis or for the genral translation of the Mediawiki UI).
Very well. I did as you said: I am now on the list of translators, I elevated my babel box to level 3, and I invited a native Arbëresh speaker to create accounts here and on Wikimedia in order to help my translation efforts. I also foresaw the requirements you mentioned, that is why I came here in the first place. Now my question is: Who is able to enable aae translations and where can I submit such a request?
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