Portuguese Translations issues
I think there maybe a mistake here.
Both the Index page and the Preface page I reviewed were translated to Brazilian. Is this intentional? If it is, I would need a different page set for Portuguese (maybe named Portugal?). I wouldn't want to destroy anybody's work.
Thank you. User:Pmra
- Spotted this that may interest you New manual/wiki language add ISO pt_PT for Portugal translations. GulliblePangolin (talk) 00:26, 29 March 2020 (UTC)
- Yes, it seems the same problem. So, what should I do, continue editing or wait for a new set of pages?User:Pmra
Please Reverse Contributions
I probably messed up the pages. Could I ask you to revert all my contributions to the old state (Brazilian translations) and create a blank index page for Portugal? I'm not sure I can do it and not very willing to try.
Many thanks in advance. User:Pmra
I knew that the editing was in old revisions of the wiki. It was an opportunity to reduce the clutter in the current Category indices. Particularly important was consolidating the mis-categorized non-english pages. (Both so they didn't obstruct browsing by the English-only users and so the non-English speakers could find all the translated pages in their language.) The Category indices are almost unnavigable.
Isn't this a forgivable modification of historic pages?
Reminder to add when you can pretty please :)
User_talk:GulliblePangolin#Add_Wikipedia:Citation_templates GulliblePangolin (talk) 02:34, 14 May 2020 (UTC)
- Ok, on my list, as mentioned cannot promise a eta apart from within 6 months, Sam888 (talk) 00:16, 16 May 2020 (UTC)
Mediawiki request:Lua Script
Hi Sam888, When you have a moment can you consider installing Lua script so we can use the current generation of templates from mediawiki/wikipedia some of the benefits are improved performance and simpler to program the templates. Daleathan (talk) 23:37, 29 May 2020 (UTC)
Wouldn't a full implementation of Lua script interpreter require a huge commitment to adding Security, monitoring for malware and server overloads? Since it is user programming, it would probably also need a testbed site to minimize the risk of crashing the public site. There DOES seem to be a safer intermediate option where Lua Script can be used like a compiler to generate debugged static templates.