Please, avoid the use of "uselang". It works fine in english, but not for
other languages. If you create a new "language" you must translate too many
Someone could create a bot to make that work?
2007/11/26, Mike Linksvayer <ml(a)creativecommons.org>rg>:
On Mon, 2007-11-26 at 11:52 +1100, Brianna Laugher wrote:
I started creating the messages necessary for a
new option on
but I stopped because I don't know what else is important to mention...
Should it still be noted that the uploaded derivative can only
incorporate your original work in addition to the source work already on
the site? There are lots of ways one can make a derivative work that
aren't simple operations on the source work.
(only admins can edit that page, but please put
suggested text on the
talk page and it will be copied over)
Ok, I made a pretty braindead suggestion, just appending something about
the above and a link to the Reworkhelper to your text. :)
there is a tool called "Reworkhelper"
which we could tell people as use
just as we tell people to use CommonsHelper and FLinfo, however I find
Reworkhelper has a very confusing interface. If someone could work
with Luxo to improve it that would be good. Someone who regularly
uploads derivs and has an idea of what info needs to be checked, would
That's really neat, but indeed has a difficult UI.
Seems like improving Reworkhelper is clearly the way forward. I'll take
a closer look at it and see if I can contribute to that.
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