User talk:Jóna Þórunn

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Welcome to Betawiki!

Hi Jóna Þórunn. Welcome to Betawiki! Please create a user page on which you describe which language(s) you will be working on. If you are going to be an active user here, please also add your name to the languages you will be working on. Before you can use Special:Translate, and Special:Magic, please request translator rights. If you have a wiki where a lot of translations have already been made, you can make an import request. Other useful pages are linked in the menu that comes with this message.

Once you have started translating, your work will be committed to the standard product every few days. If you want to explicitely request your work to be added, please make a request for commit.

I wish you a productive and pleasant stay. Cheers! Siebrand 23:31, 16 March 2008 (UTC)

Reaching the target for MediaWiki most used core messages

Hi, Jóna Þórunn.

As you probably know, in Betawiki, there is a group of MediaWiki messages considered essential for a minimum localization to any language. That group is called MediaWiki core message (most used). When a language reaches at a translation level of at least 98% of these messages, it is considered to have the essential localization. As of end of March, there were 95 of the 311 languages at this level and it would be great the increase that number further. As Icelandic is currently at 96.95%, very little effort would be needed to reach 98%, or even better, 100%. Therefore, I would like to invite you to complete the missing translations and make Icelandic be part of the list of essentialy localized languages.

Thanks for your attention and best regards, Malafaya 14:06, 25 April 2008 (UTC)


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Norwegian Bokmal from "no" to "nb"018:59, 25 December 2011

Norwegian Bokmal from "no" to "nb"

Hi. As you have in the past contributed to Norwegian Bokmal translations, I'm letting you know that we have (finally!) moved from the incorrect code "no" to "nb". Please changes your language code in Special:Preferences, so that you will not get confused.

Siebrand18:59, 25 December 2011