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Two requests for translation

Jon Harald Søby-3
Hiya all,

It is a guide on how to set up a mobile front page for a project. If you can help translate it so others can make use of it that's great, but feel free to also follow the steps outlined to set up a mobile front page for your project if it doesn't have one already (check on languagecode.m.wikipedia.org), e.g. http://no.m.wikipedia.org/ .

The other request is https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Request_for_comment/Global_bans , which was announced before, but still needs translations into Portuguese, Italian and Chinese, so if you know any of those languages, please help!

Thanks,

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Re: Two requests for translation

Benjamin Chen-2
Hi,

Simplified Chinese translation is done for global ban RfC. Hope someone will soon convert that into Traditional Chinese as well.

Wikizh-l readers:
不知各位港台用户是否可以抽空协助翻译,谢谢。

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[[User:Bencmq]] / Benjamin Chen



On Sat, Jun 16, 2012 at 1:49 AM, Jon Harald Søby <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hiya all,

It is a guide on how to set up a mobile front page for a project. If you can help translate it so others can make use of it that's great, but feel free to also follow the steps outlined to set up a mobile front page for your project if it doesn't have one already (check on languagecode.m.wikipedia.org), e.g. http://no.m.wikipedia.org/ .

The other request is https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Request_for_comment/Global_bans , which was announced before, but still needs translations into Portuguese, Italian and Chinese, so if you know any of those languages, please help!

Thanks,

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Jon Harald Søby
Community Fellow
Wikimedia Foundation


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Re: Two requests for translation

Benjamin Chen-2
Also when I was updating the global ban policy, I noticed that I can't update the status (I need to make it either ready or proofreading). I think I was able to do it in the past. Was this changed and how I can request an status update?

Best regards,
[[User:Bencmq]] / Benjamin Chen



On Sat, Jun 16, 2012 at 4:16 AM, Benjamin Chen <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

Simplified Chinese translation is done for global ban RfC. Hope someone will soon convert that into Traditional Chinese as well.

Wikizh-l readers:
不知各位港台用户是否可以抽空协助翻译,谢谢。

Best regards,
[[User:Bencmq]] / Benjamin Chen



On Sat, Jun 16, 2012 at 1:49 AM, Jon Harald Søby <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hiya all,

It is a guide on how to set up a mobile front page for a project. If you can help translate it so others can make use of it that's great, but feel free to also follow the steps outlined to set up a mobile front page for your project if it doesn't have one already (check on languagecode.m.wikipedia.org), e.g. http://no.m.wikipedia.org/ .

The other request is https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Request_for_comment/Global_bans , which was announced before, but still needs translations into Portuguese, Italian and Chinese, so if you know any of those languages, please help!

Thanks,

--
Jon Harald Søby
Community Fellow
Wikimedia Foundation


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