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I've noticed some minor difficulties with Toolserver:Commonshelper2.
There are several messages about metadata all linking to a page "link" - better were individual pieces of text instead. Neither the messages nor the message documentation tells us, where links go. Thus translators are chanceless to use meaningful link anchors.
Reusing the word "metadata" for the textual description of files in a wiki (if I interpret messages right) is problematic, since "metadata" is also being used already in file description pages for embedded metadata found in many sound or image files. See MediaWiki:Exif-* messages for hundreds of examples of them. Identical words denoting different things in a usage context should be avoided if possible. How about using "wikitext description" or something similar throughout?
Message messages quoting each other".refers to an "Upload" button. Please consider using a placeholder since we do not know the exact translation. See also: "
Reading the words in message, I am first inclined to automatically translate "for the wiki" as "about the wiki" but I rather think "in the wiki" is meant.
Messagelacks an (indefinite) article at the beginning.
Reading message TUSC could upload a file directly (I may be wrong), so the wording seems misleading. Likely, something like "Authenticate via TUSC and then commonshelper2 will upload the file directly for you." is meant.I sincerely doubt that
sorry for the late answer but I was in holiday. I have updated the messages. They should be in TranslateWiki soon.
- The "link" is more described
- The word "metadata" is right in this context because it is used for file-specified data. Please see http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/CommonsHelper2.
- is more described
- "about the wiki" is right. I changed it.
- I see no fault in
- is changed
That solves several problems.
is gramatically incorrect. It can be either of:
- A different target file exists on the target wiki under the same name!
- Different target files exist
son the target wiki under the same name!
- Even if the word "link" is now better described, I see no big difference. Knowing that the word is linked to a specific or arbitrary page from a list does not help when the purpose or the meaning of these pages remains as unclear as it is. I was unable to create (a) translation(s) of them because I would not know what to put into them. Also, that is not going to make "link" a useful link anchor. Maybe, I was not clear with my wording. "Link" is not the subject matter of the pages linked to. As it appears, we have about 4 mesages having a link "link" to pages. The link anchor should not be generic ("link") but should rather tell, what is linked to, such as "template list", or "metatdata", etc..
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