The Readers team wants to get feedback on an update to the way the toolbars
work on the mobile web site. This is to help folks contributing with mobile
devices. Help translating will help make sure people can successfully give
us their feedback.
All translations are welcome. We ere are focusing on the following language
wikis to start.
Arabic, Chinese, Finnish, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese,
Persian, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai, and Vietnamese.
The page describing the test and the survey questions are also marked for
transition if you are feeling exceedingly awesome.
Thank you as always.
Community Relations Specialist
Hope you're having a good weekend!
On September 12, the European Parliament will vote on important changes to
EU copyright. As you may have seen, we've built a landing page
<https://fixcopyright.wikimedia.org/> for the campaign to modernize
copyright in the EU <https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Fix_copyright>. We
want to send as many people as possible to the landing page to contact
Members of the European Parliament and tell them to vote for an open
If you speak/translate any of the EU languages, please help us make the
page multilingual! French, Spanish, and German are already fully translated
and live on the page. Dutch and Italian will follow soon. But many other
language versions are still missing or incomplete.
Can you please tell everyone to fully translate these two parts:
is the skin of the page)
is the part with the messages that we want to send to the lawmakers; we
should have all versions of the messages translated so we don't send the
same message over and over again)
Thank you! Please don't hesitate to reach out to me if you have questions.
For a short while, you'll be able to only read but not edit the wikis on
September 12 and October 10. I'll send this out on Thursday. Please help
translate into languages that are missing.