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..
Thank you. I've updated the translations that I could identify having choosen the wrong possible meaning of.
I still do not understand the "metadata/link" stuff. When I follow the link, does the target page inform us about a link to metadata?
- No metadata found about the source wiki! $1Link to metadata$2
Is not rather meant:
- No $1metadata$2 has been found about the source wiki!
- Metadata: No good templates found! $1Link to metadata$2
- No good templates were found in the wikis $1metadata$2!
- Metadata: Bad template found! $1Link to metadata$2
may actually mean:
- A bad template was found in the $1metadata$2 of the wiki!
Or am I mistaken, and the two metadatas are different, or are these messages indeed about correct linking and not about bad/missing metadata?
Thank you for you patience with me.