[Translators-l] Ready for early translation: Tech News bulletin #23 (2014)
vira.motorko at gmail.com
Sat May 31 11:58:05 UTC 2014
Ok, I my joke was a bad try
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2014-05-31 14:33 GMT+03:00 Philippe Verdy <verdy_p на wanadoo.fr>:
> 2014-05-31 11:03 GMT+02:00 Vira Motorko <vira.motorko на gmail.com>:
> I wonder if i'ts worth to keep it in Tech/News only for about several
>>> hundreds admins (all wikis) or just a few ones (most wikis),
>> I wonder if it's worth to keep there VE news, because most of editors
>> who read Tech news in ukwiki afaik use wikitext editing =)
>> This doesn't seem to be crucial.
> Users of ukwiki still live in a small world. In raliity they also use
> other wikis that already have the VisualEditor, and use these wikis with
> the Ukrainian interface (for example when editing in a Russian or English
> wiki that already has the VisualEditor... or multilingual wikis like
> Commons and Meta).
> Ukrainian wikis will also have the VisualEditor by default (once the most
> problematic cases will have been addressed), even if there are many users
> that wil lstill want to continue wit the WikiCode editor.
> Tech News are not made to focus a single wiki, they contain updates that
> help users monitor changes in multiple wikis (even if they are not all
> deployed at the sam time, they want to be informed when this will happen
> sooner or later and comment about it early before they are deployed in
> their native language wiki).
> Tech News are also read directly in Meta and Commons by Ukrainians where
> there are subcribed community pages that receive these updates. The
> VisualEditor is being made to be usable in all UI languages and many wiki
> users are navigating across wikis even if they keep their own native
> language for the UI.
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