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Please note, from 01 Sep 2016, do not ask me anything about my edit if they match:
- contain Phabricator link on my history (please first read that Phabricator task, or directly ask me on Phabricator instead);
- language code changing (because you were using one of the dummy language codes);
- PLURAL usage in non-MediaWiki messages (probably you can see Plural#Plural syntax for projects using the rails-i18n framework);
- /zh-hant (ask User talk:Bowleerin, User talk:LNDDYL, User talk:Shangkuanlc or User talk:Wrightbus instead);
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Bumping threads doesn't magically make developers appear, FYI. (Nor does adding the support template, especially without names, but at least that is ok and doesn't generate noise.)
The only way we get collaboration from developers etc. is hard work: finding the most suitable person to answer a question, note it on the support template, contact them where they are (usually email; sometimes talk page or at least IRC if they're Wikimedia people). If you're interested in actually moving forward the support requests for a project or two, as I've done for several years now, I can teach you.