The localisations were done. They are now available thanks to Nikerabbit and
the people working on the localisation :) We will ensure that the
localisations are available before we ask for the creation of a next project
that is the first for a language.
Jesse knows that the localisation is an essential part of the process of
creating a new language. It should not be a surprise to him that without the
localisation going live the project should not go live.
PS River, thanks for creating the Hakka Wikipedia .. :)
On 5/29/07, River Tarnell <river(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
When the language committee is in favour of
adding a new project, the
localisation is very much part of the argument why a language is ready
life. If you assert that others have to make the
would argue that the order in which things are to
be done is:
- Make the localisation available
- Make the new language available in its first project
as Jesse said, it's up to you to make sure the localisations are done.
all i know is that someone asked for a new Wikipedia; no-one told me
anything about language files. if you want the localisations merged
first, ask someone to do that before you ask for the wiki to be created.
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