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Hoi, The [ug.wikipedia.org Uyghur Wikipedia] is written in both the Latin and the Arabic script. In what script are you going to localise ? Thanks, GerardM 14:11, 24 April 2009 (UTC)
please do not translate messages for 'ug', only for 'ug-arab' or 'ug-latn'. I have deleted MediaWiki:Mainpage/ug again. If you need technical help pls feel free to ask me :) Raymond 19:21, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
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|Uygur-arab namespaces||0||15:38, 28 January 2013|
|Uyghur||0||20:15, 14 November 2011|
|Qualified for a translation rally but not yet claimed||0||16:14, 10 September 2011|
|Re: Uyghur interface messages||0||04:54, 26 May 2010|
Please participate in Thread:Portal_talk:Ug/Consensus_on_namespace_names_for_ug-arab. Thanks.
You have done a brilliant job! The Uyghur people will certainly be proud of your translation efforts.
I see that there are currently only 29 system messages that need to be translated into Uyghur.
- I have also written a message here telling the TranslateWiki Administrators about the current situation. Judging by the statements they have made, I think they also require that the Most-used system messages be translated into the Uyghur Latin script before the switching takes place.