Well the problem is that http://www.wikipedia.org/
should remain "language
neutral" IMHO. Otherwise, I would propose a link that says "Is your language
not listed here?".
Unless anyone has any better ideas, perhaps we could work around this by
having such a message (which is relatively short), but written in the
browser accept language of the reader? Alternatively, we could translate it
into languages that are most commonly used as Languages of Wider
Communication by speakers of minority languages worldwide: English, Spanish,
Portuguese, French, Chinese, Swahili, Hindi, Indonesian.
In the case of places like http://en.wikipedia.org/
main page, it should not
be an issue to have the notice in English (or the appropriate other
language, eg Spanish for es.wp) only, although perhaps it would be better to
be less wordy and go with something like "Other" after a list of languages.
2011/8/10 Samuel Klein <sjklein(a)hcs.harvard.edu>
On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 9:13 PM, M. Williamson
Yes but again as I said, most people will be
looking for their languages
or in places where
interwiki links are usually
Could you please propose a specific solution that would make incubated
languages more findable om www.wikipedia.org
and other places where it
seems appropriate to you?
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