Samuel Klein, 25/06/2013 00:30:
How does this relate to absolute browth in the # of
extension strings? SJ
The stats page doesn't tell, here are the current absolute numbers:
I don't know if the absolute number increased; my feeling is that simply
some languages reduced their activity and are not keeping pace with the
newly added messages and messages invalidated: old messages are all
translated, new ones very little.
"Big offenders" are extensions like AFTv4 (later even removed), AFTv5
and EducationProgram but also Moodbar, Echo, which have many messages
(over a thousand in total) and are untranslated in pt, probably also
because they're hard to translated.
P.s.: History of extensions included is at
On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 6:06 PM, Federico Leva (Nemo)
Most of our messages are in MediaWiki extensions.
I checked the localisation
stats as of now and two years ago for the extensions used on Wikimedia
projects: many languages are lagging behind development, with only 14 over
90 % translated (was 40) and 22 over 80 % (was 52).*
Do we need more recruitment?
Some examples of affected languages: Russian went from 100 % to 80 %
messages translated, pl 98 -> 80, pt 100 -> 64, hu 94 -> 67, nb 94 -> 72, cs
93 -> 77, ar 92 -> 64.
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