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|Translation request for Cree||0||15:31, 28 January 2016|
|Babel extension||2||10:11, 16 February 2012|
|Please translate to Cree (how-to)||Completion||Outdated|
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Hello, and please excuse the English. My name is Erica and I am a community liaison for the visual editor at the Wikimedia Foundation.
I'm contacting you today as you are proficient in Cree, to ask you some time-sensitive help with translations related to the visual editor, here and at Mediawiki.org. I'm therefore providing this little table, hoping it can make the work easier for you, and please do not hesitate to contact me immediately if you need any further information.
I'd like to thank you in advance for what you will do and for the invaluable support you will provide to the Cree wikimedian community! (Please feel free to forward this message to other community members who may be equally interested or able to contribute.) Best,
Last edit: 15:37, 15 February 2012
Hoi, You claim knowledge of several native American languages. We would be grateful when you help us by localising the Babel extension for these languages. This extension is used for instance on your user page and indicates the proficiency people have in a language. Could you help us by localising for instance for the Cree language? Thanks,