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Translation request for Hakka015:36, 28 January 2016
Thank you from Blockly309:25, 30 May 2013
Hak-kâ-fa214:50, 9 May 2013

Translation request for Hakka

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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 Hakka, 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 Hakka wikimedian community! (Please feel free to forward this message to other community members who may be equally interested or able to contribute.) Best,

Elitre (WMF) (talk)15:36, 28 January 2016

Thank you from Blockly

Thanks so much for the Hakka translation of the Blockly puzzle! If you'd like to view the translated version online, it's at [1].

Espertus (talk)04:23, 26 May 2013

Sorry, I can't visit it. Maybe it is because I am in Mainland China.

Anson2812 (talk)04:37, 26 May 2013

I'm sorry about that. I uploaded pictures ([1], [2]), in case you want to see it.

I also realize I gave you the wrong URL. The correct one is [3].

Thank you again.

Espertus (talk)23:50, 26 May 2013
 

Thanks!

Anson2812 (talk)09:25, 30 May 2013
 

Hak-kâ-fa

Thank you for contributing to the Hakka translation of Blockly. I am afraid I am ignorant about Hakka. Could you tell me:

  • What direction the script is written in? The options in Blockly are either right-to-left or left-to-right (not up-to-down).
  • Can your translation be used for other dialects of Chinese?
  • How do you write Hak-kâ-fa in Hak-kâ-fa Pinyin (if that's the right term)?

I'm also asking the same questions of the other translator, User:Jetlag.

Espertus (talk)07:52, 9 May 2013

Thank you for asking me about these.I will reply to you as following:

  • Since Hakka is a language of Chinese, what I use is Chinese characters therefore, and thus, the script is written in left-to-right, the same as Mandarin.
  • It is hard to say. What I can confirm is that some of them can be used for other dialects of Chinese while some others can't.
  • If I write it in the Hak-kâ-fa Pinyin(Romanised script), that will be Hak-kâ-ngî. But we don't use this Romanised script(As I know,it is used in Tanwan only in some special occasion.),and for instead, we use Chinese characters. In Chinese characters, it will be 客家語,which I suggest to use.
Anson2812 (talk)10:09, 9 May 2013

Thank you very much for your help and for forgiving my ignorance.

Espertus (talk)14:50, 9 May 2013