[Translators-l] UI text translation

Tom Ka Chun Chiu tomchiukc at gmail.com
Thu Aug 31 11:13:47 UTC 2006

That's fine. I just found that other sysops translated the text at the end
of May.


2006/8/31, Aphaia <aphaia at gmail.com>:
> Since I realized the update hasn't been taken down globally yet, to
> wikitech-l I mailed for asking developer's fafor.
> I am not sure what will happen in every detail. It might mean your
> local update will be overriden automatically and misfortunately. Or
> not. I beg your pardon, my lack of tech knowledge enough inform you
> what is expected. However I suppose a message in another language
> might be better than a message in your language but outdated. I might
> be wrong. Hopefully not - sorry for your all inconvinience.
> I made Japanese versions on meta. If you prefer to work on wiki and
> later move them to your project, please use meta page as your
> platform.
> http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Election_UI_text_2006
> On 8/31/06, Tom Ka Chun Chiu <tomchiukc at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Dear Aphaia,
> >
> > Do you mean the Chinese Wikipedia? I have sysop rights there. How can I
> > update them? Do I just edit the corresponding two messages?
> Exactly.
> In case of Chinese Wikipedia, please follow the procedure on the below
> 0. You may want to give a look to meta or give my previous post.
> 0.5 ... and want to make a translation somewhere, not directly (but of
> course you can be bold to edit directly those pages and the boldness
> is encouraged here on Wikimedia project ;p )
> 1.  Edit [[MediaWiki:boardvote_notqualified]]
> http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:boardvote_notqualified
> You may want to optimize the message (I added "Sorry" for Japanese
> people. Since they prefer such politeness, for instance)
> 2. Save ;)
> 3. Edit [[MediaWiki:boardvote_notloggedin]]
> http:zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki:boardvote_notloggedin
> 4. Save again ;)
> 5. Your work for updating is done. Thank you!
> In a similar way, admins may update those files on their wikis.
> Thank you for your cooperations!
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Best Regards
Tom Chiu
mailto:tomchiukc at gmail.com / mailto:s0471498 at ied.edu.hk
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