[Translators-l] test the editor survey
bdamokos at gmail.com
Sat Apr 9 18:01:22 UTC 2011
I am not sure whether Limesurvey has a separate formal and informal
translation for Hungarian, but currently the questions are informal while
the interface is formal, which is a bit of a clash.
As for the questions, can we put a link to Special:Preferences for the
question on when did you join and how many edits do you have? (Not everyone
knows by heart their editcount, and the main page of the preferences happens
to state that information.)
I personally would not make the "do you have children" question compulsory
if the "are you married" one is already optional.
In the case of the "are you married" question, I feel that the "no answer"
option is unnecessary, given that the question is optional. On the other
hand, I would add a "no answer" option to the gender question which is
On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 7:48 PM, Casey Brown <lists at caseybrown.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 11:30 AM, Linar Khalitov <rubin.happy at gmail.com>
> > English survey has question "Did you make any anonymous edits in
> > before you registered as a user or set up an account?".
> > I haven't found it in
> > <
> > and that's why Russian version also doesn't have it
> > (<
> > And in Russian version of survey we get empty question (only answers, no
> > question) after question about languages.
> This question was later added, so it was going to be English-only.
> There's no way to say "only show this question if people are taking
> the English survey", so we had to make it so that it only shows up if
> you say English is one of your primary languages.
> I guess the best way to fix this would be to leave it as is right now
> (only shows up if they say English is a primary language), but put the
> English text in the translations instead of leaving them blank. Mani,
> does that sound good?
> Casey Brown
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