|On Spanish - Español - Castellano - Iberian
|10:54, 23 April 2012
|Some messages are not exported
|06:58, 5 April 2012
|What are we actually supposed to do?
|11:07, 27 March 2012
|Is be-tarask eligible for creation of a language support team?
|22:14, 10 January 2012
|05:14, 13 December 2011
Hoi, when people find a need to localise differently for American Spanish, they already can. The messages will default to standard Spanish and once a message has been changed to reflect an American difference it will be picked up in the WMF systems. Thanks,
We have already translated these messages in twn. But they are not transferred to ml wikis.
Someone has left a message on the gv.wiki asking for people to join the LST. I have looked at this previously. However, I couldn't work out what anyone was actually expected to do and the FAQ doesn't help at all. At the moment all I see is a big list of usernames and a link to the CLDR. The CLDR is an impenetrable mass of links and data, but I haven't seen anything indicating what I'm supposed to look at or do on that site. The header says "help... by providing information about their language either here or in places that will be indicated" but nowhere is indicated. So please, what information do you want, where do I put it, and what do you want checking? -- Shimmin Beg (talk) 10:48, 11 January 2012 (UTC)
One thing you can do is to subscribe to the mediawiki-i18n list. Every week I will send information what i18n related stuff is going to be deployed to WMF. You can help testing before and after deployment and spreading the info if there is changes affecting your language communities.
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You know what the best thing is? A subscription is free! :)
Sadly I cannot post to CLDR, due to an error that stops me creating posts. It recommends that I report this error message, except that the error stops me creating posts to report the error that stops me creating posts... could someone else perhaps file the Manx bug for me? How embarrassing.
I don't know where to write it, as i see no relevant link avlbl on the page to raise issues, so i'm writing here. Problem is that the default font for Devanagari (Hindi) in webfonts is something called Samyak, which is not like a Devanagari (Hindi) font (Hindi, or devanagari, is not written in this style, and it is at the most a designer font for Hindi), and it is looking like a Gujarati font (though is not Gujarati either). Now my suggestion is, plz make Lohit as the default font, which is a de-facto standard on many systems already. It looks highly sober and good. -Hemant wikikosh1 (talk) 19:07, 12 December 2011 (UTC)