User talk:Robin van der Vliet
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|Use Esperanto when no io translation||1||15:16, 30 November 2016|
|Traduko de genro||1||12:38, 11 August 2016|
|Wikidata:Menu Challenge||2||09:57, 26 May 2015|
|ContentTranslation||1||21:43, 21 May 2015|
Hello, thanks for your translations in Esperanto and more. Can you please check this proposal? Thanks.
I noticed your contributions here during the Translation Rally, well done! I wanted to let you know about another contest that Wikimedia Sverige is organizing on Wikidata.org. In this contest the aim is to translate words related to food so that we can create multilingual menus that we will use at a food fare in a week. You can read all about it here. We would really appreciate having the menus in your language. Also, there are some handy instruction videos available if you haven't worked on Wikidata before.
Hej Jopparn! I didn't know that there was a contest running on Wikidata. I am already quite active on Wikidata. This afternoon I will try to translate some of the food related terms.
Can you please help complete the translation of the ContentTranslation extension? We are planning to deploy it to Wikipedia in Dutch and other related languages soon. I'd love it to be fully translated from the first day of the deployment.
Thank you very much!