This is another notable thing that needs to mention about Sanskrit Wiki
community. During the past 2 months lot of
made in the translation of system messages in Translate wiki. I am
community will soon take up the Wikisource related translations also.
Now sa-wiki community is keen on enabling Proof read extension, Deja vu and
other wikisource related extensions on Wikisource. One issue that we face
is, most of the Indic wikipedians have not worked much on this. (ml
wikipedians done few of those wikisource stuff with your (John Vandenberg
)support). Of course community require the support
from experienced wikimedians l since not much progress is made in the
sister language wiki projects in most of the Indian languages.
On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 10:20 AM, John Vandenberg <jayvdb(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Sanskrit Wikisource needs translators.
There are about 60 messages which are needed before Wikisource can
start doing quality work
On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 4:59 AM, Shiju Alex <shiju(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
As mentioned in the last two mails, as part of the Indic Languages
initiatives of India Programs, I have been having detailed discussions
a wide range of Indic language wikipedians for
the past few weeks. I
already shared the summary of the discussions I had with with
and Hindi wikimedians.
Today I'm sharing a summary of the discussions I had with the Sanskrit
wikipedians. It is available here:
I must say the progress made by Sanskrit wiki
projects in the past 2
is marvelous, especially considering the fact
that its speaker base is
low (compared to the rest of the 20 indic
languages having wikipedia).
amount of activism is Sanskrit wikisource is
also very high. I am sure
Sanskrit wiki community is the one wiki community that is going
to utilize all the sister projects at its fullest.
Sanskrit wiki workshops are happening all over the country. Today I
a Sanskrit wiki workshop in a Sanskrit
institution at New Dellhi. In
itself Sanskrit wikipedians are planning many
other Sanskrit wiki
activities. With so many volunteers involved in the projects I am sure
Sanskrit is going to make good progress.
Inviting your comments on the talk page.
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