Yes, that's a question of mine as well. Can we have some variable in system
messages indicating the alphabetical order of a language? I know Danish,
Swedish, English, and German all have differing orders (ess-tsett, a with
the dot over it, etc.), and if there were a way to write in the order for
sorting within that one wikipedia, that'd be great.
Abcþefg..... for one wiki, and (aá)bcd(eé)...for another, where the
parentheses indicate equivalent letters between them.
My two cents worth.
Giuseppe DAngelo wrote:
1. I notice that whenever one uses an accent in a
Category, it puts
it all out of order. For instance, if I wish to write Àfrica in the
Category - it ends up after Z rather than amongst the As - is there a
trick to fixing that up?
Yes, re-writing the string comparator in PHP...
2. Is there a wikipedia for Tetum, the official language of the
newest member of the United Nations, East Timor?
Not sure^H^H^H^H^H yet. The article on en: [[Tetum language]] doesn't
have ISO 639 -1, -2 or SIL codes. It's listed in [[ISO 639]] as "tet"
It would probably be best to start a Tetum wiktionary first...
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