Ultimately I think we'll want to put translations on a separate page and
link to it, like we did in 2017 (see the "Translations" bullet point):
But what Johan recommended is more than fine for now.
I'll be brainstorming on how to use the Translate extension for each
proposal, but I doubt this will pan out. The bot automation and our survey
structure in general doesn't play very nicely with the way the Translate
extension works. Regardless, we don't want anything translated beyond just
to English right now, because we're still in the proposals phase and the
wording of each proposal has not been finalized.
On Mon, Nov 5, 2018 at 7:10 PM Johan Jönsson <jjonsson(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
Here is where the Community Wishlist proposals in
other languages than
English end up before being translated:
If you want to help out, you could take a look. We currently have
proposals in German, French, Spanish, Romanian, Polish, Russian, Portuguese
and Chinese, but more will come.
So far, what I've done is to simple write the English text above and kept
the original below. Example:
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