User talk:Alissa Sabre
Also, where you aware of Template:Multi-lang ?
SignpostMarv Martin 17:02, 7 October 2007 (PDT)
Hey, I noticed you made some changes to the levels of the sections on Issue Tracker. You might want to know that the first section level is the same level and formatting as the page title itself at the top of the page. Because of the similar formatting of the first and second levels, the sections of a page should really begin with the second level (==). Thanks! Celierra Darling 07:52, 10 October 2007 (PDT)
- One of the bigger problems is that, at the beginning of a subsection, it makes it look as if the context of the first section has already ended, due to the horizontal line. For example, at the bottom of Issue Tracker, the sentence "Glad you asked!" looks as if it were meant to be read alone, but it is actually meant to be melded with the next section. (This doesn't happen if you used the third-level section, because then, the text would seem more like it is meant to be within the flow of the text.) Personally, I was about to "fix" this before I realized that the next section was actually a subsection.
- Also, not all of the Lindens know wiki syntax perfectly either... :P Some of the Linden pages seem to be converted from some other format, and that could be a mistake...? Maybe we can ask the Lindens for more heading levels, instead? :P Celierra Darling 22:08, 13 October 2007 (PDT)
auto-categorisation of multi-lingual articles
I've added in basic support for auto-categorisation of multi-lingual articles, but I'm not entirely sure how to filter out non-relevant languages (e.g. stop an english article from being categorised as spanish).
As I've mentioned in the edit history for Template:Languages/Lang, I'm thinking the best category name would just be the native version of the name of the language; "Español" as opposed to "Español Artículos", "Articles written in Spanish" or "Artículos escritos en español".
SignpostMarv Martin 12:01, 10 December 2007 (PST)
Hope you're doin' well. I'd like to pick up the issue again which we've discussed some time ago. I think with the creation of the Help Portal, having article names (and categories) in the native languages is really needed. So I wanted to change the description of Project:Languages in that way. Notes were listet at Project:I18n/native feature migration and Project talk:I18n/native feature migration. I noticed that the native feature isn't needed to deploy the change since Template:Multi-lang can handle it as well. So I wanted to give you the chance to say "OMG no, please stop this!!" before it's added to the Wiki and lots of pages are moved to new spots. Please let me know what you think about it.
Greetz, Lynch (talk|contribs) 17:50, 27 August 2008 (PDT)