TL;DR: we, the WLL team, want to translate and mass message
I would like to know if some people here could help us with the preparations and
distribution of a message for Wiki Loves Love.
First a bit of context: Wiki Loves Love (WLL) is an international
photography competition of Wikimedia Commons with the subject love
testimonials happening in the month of February. With the rest of Wiki
Loves Love team we are in the last preparations of the February edition,
which include to mass message a small call to help in our last minute tasks:
From what I know at least the following countries should get active
support from some local wikimedians:
France, Germany, India, Italy, Nigeria, Zambia
So, if you could help me to join people speaking one or more languages
from this countries (and further) it would be great!
Thank you in advance for any help and feedback you could provide, cheers.
The Structured Data on Commons team is preparing to release multilingual
file captions to Wikimedia Commons, part of the extension Wikibase
There are a handful of strings that still need translated into as many
languages as possible before we release the software. If you have a few
minutes, please take a look at what remains untranslated in your language:
Thank you for your time and translations, happy editing to you all.
Community Relations Specialist
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> The last issue has been delivered to 810 pages in 10 languages:
> Thank you for your help!
> On Fri, Jan 4, 2019 at 10:46 PM Nick Wilson (Quiddity) <
> nwilson(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
> > On Fri, Jan 4, 2019 at 1:05 PM Eduardo Loeffel Noce Gobi
> > <eduardogobi(a)outlook.com> wrote:
> > > “MediaWiki logstash logging moving to new logging infrastructure” looks
> > really confusing to translate. Can it be simplified?
> > I've tweaked the sentence to:
> > "MediaWiki logstash logging is moving to a new infrastructure"
> > and not invalidated existing translations. I hope that is a bit easier
> > to understand/translate.
> > It is a very technical item, but potentially important to a few
> > volunteer developers to know about. (I've also asked if we can provide
> > a better link than the email it currently links to, as that only
> > contains private links).
> > Thanks. And happy new year, all. :-)
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