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Rantre atik sa yo[modifye kòd]

Èske ou ta ka tanpri rantre atik sa yo? Yo dekri menm bagay yo. Plasma Plasma (biyoloji) Lectrician1 (diskisyon) 16 janvye 2024 à 17:50 (UTC)[reponn]

@Lectrician1, mwen fè sa. Mèsi pou pwopozisyon an. Kitanago (diskisyon) 16 janvye 2024 à 19:13 (UTC)[reponn]

Invitation to Organize Feminism and Folklore 2024 Writing Competition[modifye kòd]

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Dear Kitanago,

Hope you are doing well, Wishing you a Happy New Year!.

We extend a heartfelt invitation to you to organize the Feminism and Folklore 2024 writing competition, which is scheduled to take place from February 1, 2024, to March 31, 2024. This year's edition of Feminism and Folklore will concentrate on feminism, women's issues, and gender-focused topics, aligning with a Wiki Loves Folklore gender gap focus and featuring a folk culture theme on Wikipedia.

This year we have created two new Tools for the Feminism and Folklore project. The tool is called Campwiz. This tool is created by the international Tech team of Wiki Loves Folkore especially crafted for Feminism and Folklore project. The tool works as same as fountain or dashboard but has extra abilities required for jury and submission of articles.

To create a new campaign on Campwiz, organizers to follow these steps:

  1. Go to the tool link: https://tools.wikilovesfolklore.org/
  2. Select your wiki on which you want to organize the campaign (enter the name or short code, such as "ht" for Kreyòl ayisyen Wikipedya).
  3. Give your campaign a name example "Feminism and Folklore 2024 on Kreyòl ayisyen Wikipedya)".
  4. Select the start and end dates (note: keep your start date as Feb 1 and end date as March 31).
  5. Provide a description for your campaign (you can briefly describe the campaign in this section).
  6. Make sure to keep the checkboxes ticked for "Allow users to submit articles that were not created but expanded." if you want to use the campaign for expanded articles also.
  7. Keep minimum added bytes as 4000 and minimum added words as 400 and click next.
  8. In the jury section, keep the checkboxes ticked for "Allow jury members to participate in the campaign" and "Prevent jury members from seeing each other's votes." As per your preference.
  9. Under the jury search box, type the username of your jury and click on the "+" button to add; you can add multiple jury members.
  10. Click next to review and then click on save.

With this we have also created a Missing article tool. This tool identifies articles in the English Wikipedia that are absent from your native language Wikipedia. You can customize your selection criteria, and our tool will provide you with a table displaying the missing articles along with suggested titles. You also have the option to download the list in both CSV and wikitable formats.

Both tools, the Missing Article Tool and the Campwiz Tool, are now available for public use during the Feminism and Folklore campaign. You can find more information about these tools here: https://tools.wikilovesfolklore.org/

There are also some changes in the rules and criteria's. Please go through the rules below.

  1. Minimum Length: The expanded or new article should have a minimum of 4000 bytes or 400 words, ensuring sufficient depth and coverage of the chosen topic. The local organizers are free to choose the minimum length criteria as per needs of their local Wikipedia and must be clearly mention on local project page.
  2. Language Quality: Articles should not be poorly machine-translated, ensuring that language quality and readability are maintained at a high standard.
  3. Timeline of Creation or Expansion: The article should be created or expanded between 1 February and 31 March, aligning with the specified contest timeline.
  4. Theme Relevance: Articles should directly address the theme of feminism and folklore, exploring connections between gender, cultural traditions, and intangible heritage.
  5. No Orphaned Articles: Articles must not be orphaned, meaning they should be linked from at least one other article to ensure visibility within the Wikipedia ecosystem.
  6. No Copyright violations: There should be no copyright violations, and articles should adhere to local Wikipedia policies on notability, ensuring that the content meets the standards for notability.
  7. Adequate references and Citations: Each article should include proper references and citations following local Wikipedia policies, ensuring the reliability and credibility of the information presented.

Learn more about the contest details and prizes on our project page here. Should you require any assistance, please feel free to contact us on our meta talk page or via email.

We eagerly anticipate your enthusiastic coordination and participation in Feminism and Folklore 2024.

Thank you and Best wishes,

Feminism and Folklore 2024 International Team

--MediaWiki message delivery (diskisyon) 18 janvye 2024 à 06:51 (UTC)[reponn]

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-08[modifye kòd]

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-09[modifye kòd]

Organising Feminism and Folklore[modifye kòd]

Hello Community Organizers,

Thank you for organising Feminism and Folklore writing competition on your wiki. We congratulate you in joining and celebrating our cultural heritage and promoting gender equality on Wikipedia.

To encourage boost for the contributions of the participants, we're offering prizes for Feminism and Folklore local prizes. Each Wikipedia will have three local winners:

  • First Prize: $15 USD
  • Second Prize: $10 USD
  • Best Jury Article: $5 USD

All this will be in gift voucher format only. Kindly inform your local community regarding these prizes and post them on the local project page

The Best Jury Article will be chosen by the jury based on how unique the article is aligned with the theme. The jury will review all submissions and decide the winner together, making sure it's fair. These articles will also be featured on our social media handles.

We're also providing internet and childcare support to the first 50 organizers and Jury members for who request for it. Remember, only 50 organizers will get this support, and it's given on a first-come, first-served basis. The registration form will close after 50 registrations, and the deadline is March 15, 2024. This support is optional and not compulsory, so if you're interested, fill out the form here.

Each organizer/jury who gets support will receive $30 USD in gift voucher format, even if they're involved in more than one wiki. No dual support will be provided if you have signed up in more than one language. This support is meant to appreciate your volunteer support for the contest.

We also invite all organizers and jury members to join us for office hours on Saturday, March 2, 2024. This session will help you understand the jury process for both contests and give you a chance to ask questions. More details are on meta page.

Let's celebrate our different cultures and work towards gender equality on Wikipedia!

Best regards,

Rockpeterson

MediaWiki message delivery (diskisyon) 29 fevriye 2024 à 05:56 (UTC)[reponn]

Thanks[modifye kòd]

The banner for Wiki Kilti Ayiti 2024 looks great. I saw that you're organizing the page on Meta-Wiki. Thanks for that work. WhatamIdoing (diskisyon) 3 mas 2024 à 07:15 (UTC)[reponn]

Mèsi @WhatamIdoing ! Kitanago (diskisyon) 4 mas 2024 à 03:25 (UTC)[reponn]

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-10[modifye kòd]

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-11[modifye kòd]

Emmanuel Fritz Longchamp[modifye kòd]

How did we end up with almost 10,000 red links to Emmanual Fritz Longchamp? (See Espesyal:PajNouBezwen.) WhatamIdoing (diskisyon) 17 mas 2024 à 18:17 (UTC)[reponn]

Hello @WhatamIdoing
From what I noticed, there seems to be the same section and the same content on all the linked pages. It's a copy pasted, a problem that should be solved.
, Kitanago (diskisyon) 17 mas 2024 à 18:54 (UTC)[reponn]
I think that ==Relasyon ak Ayiti== sections don't usually make sense in articles about cities or small areas. Should we remove anything that has only national-level information? (For example, Guáimaro, Camagüey#Relasyon ak Ayiti contains no information specific to the city, so the entire thing would be blanked. However, Kiba#Relasyon ak Ayiti is the article about the whole country, so information about the whole country would be kept there. WhatamIdoing (diskisyon) 17 mas 2024 à 19:08 (UTC)[reponn]
I share this idea. We can do it. Kitanago (diskisyon) 17 mas 2024 à 19:31 (UTC)[reponn]
Would you like me to ask a friend whether this could be done by bot? WhatamIdoing (diskisyon) 20 mas 2024 à 02:54 (UTC)[reponn]

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-12[modifye kòd]

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Machine translation of file names[modifye kòd]

You might want to look at Diskisyon Itilizatè:Cherlie Saintilus#Translation. I see no evidence on any wiki that this editor (thousands of edits across several) has figured out how to use a talk page. Getting her to stop breaking file names might require a block.

I suspect that her translation method is to copy and paste the wikitext into Google Translate, and then hope for the best when she pastes it into an article. WhatamIdoing (diskisyon) 26 mas 2024 à 20:12 (UTC)[reponn]

@WhatamIdoing, I see. I'll check. Kitanago (diskisyon) 31 mas 2024 à 10:17 (UTC)[reponn]

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-14[modifye kòd]

Next Steps and Feedback Request for Feminism and Folklore Organizers[modifye kòd]

Dear Organizer,

I hope this message finds you well.

First and foremost, I want to extend my gratitude to you for your efforts in organizing the Feminism and Folklore campaign on your local Wikipedia. Your contribution has been instrumental in bridging the gender and folk gap on Wikipedia, and we truly appreciate your dedication to this important cause.

As the campaign draws to a close, I wanted to inform you about the next steps. It's time to commence the jury process using the CampWiz or Fountain tool where your campaign was hosted. Please ensure that you update the details of the jury, campaign links and the names of organizers accurately on the sign-up page.

Once the jury process is completed, kindly update the results page accordingly. The deadline for jury submission of results is April 30, 2024. However, if you find that the number of articles is high and you require more time, please don't hesitate to inform us via email or on our Meta Wiki talk page. We are more than willing to approve an extension if needed.

Should you encounter any issues with the tools, please feel free to reach out to us on Telegram for assistance. Your feedback and progress updates are crucial for us to improve the campaign and better understand your community's insights.

Therefore, I kindly ask you to spare just 10 minutes to share your progress and achievements with us through a Google Form survey. Your input will greatly assist us in making the campaign more meaningful and impactful.

Here's the link to the survey: Survey Google Form Link

Thank you once again for your hard work and dedication to the Feminism and Folklore campaign. Your efforts are deeply appreciated, and we look forward to hearing from you soon.

Warm regards,

Feminism and Folklore International Team #WeTogether

MediaWiki message delivery (diskisyon) 7 avril 2024 à 08:26 (UTC)[reponn]

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-15[modifye kòd]

Revizyon[modifye kòd]

Bonjou koman ou ye? Mwen ta renmen mande w si w ta ka ede m silvouplè revize atik sou gramè lingua franca nova pou asire w lang lan kòrèk. --Jon Gua (diskisyon) 11 avril 2024 à 08:05 (UTC)[reponn]

Bonjou @Jon Gua, dakò mwen pral fè sa. Kitanago (diskisyon) 11 avril 2024 à 13:01 (UTC)[reponn]
Pou kapab fasilite relekti a, èske atik la se yon tradiksyon? si wi, nan ki lang li soti? oswa èske se yon atik ki kreye? li ta ka enteresan pou ajoute kèk sous tanpri. Kitanago (diskisyon) 11 avril 2024 à 13:25 (UTC)[reponn]
Atik la se yon tradiksyon gramè a an franse, ou ka jwenn isit la. Mwen te panse sou ajoute referans yo apre revize lang lan. Jon Gua (diskisyon) 11 avril 2024 à 15:21 (UTC)[reponn]
Dakò ! Kitanago (diskisyon) 12 avril 2024 à 20:40 (UTC)[reponn]
Bonjou, kòman revizyon an prale? Jon Gua (diskisyon) 25 avril 2024 à 07:31 (UTC)[reponn]
Bonjou, mwen remake kontni nan atik se yon kopye kole. Èske ou deja verifye dwadotè a? Kitanago (diskisyon) 26 avril 2024 à 03:25 (UTC)[reponn]
Wi, mwen verifye yo epi lisans gramè a se menm jan ak Wikipedya, pou nou ka tradui li nan nenpòt lang. Èske ou ta kapab revize kalite tradiksyon an, tanpri? Jon Gua (diskisyon) 26 avril 2024 à 06:34 (UTC)[reponn]

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-16[modifye kòd]

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Revizyon[modifye kòd]

Bonjou koman ou ye? Èske ou ta ka tanpri revize atik sa yo? Li gen non ki soti nan Antikite donk mwen pa sèten si yo byen tradui. Mwen tradui li soti nan vèsyon angle a nan atik la. Mèsi pou èd ou. Jon Gua (diskisyon) 8 me 2024 à 08:41 (UTC)[reponn]

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-20[modifye kòd]

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Submission Deadline for Winners' Information Feminism and Folklore 2024[modifye kòd]

Dear Organiser/Jury,

Thank you for your invaluable contribution to the Feminism and Folklore writing competition. As a crucial part of our jury/organising team, we kindly request that you submit the information of the winners on our winners' page. Please ensure this is done by June 7th, 2024. Failure to meet this deadline will result in your wiki being ineligible to receive the local prize for Feminism and Folklore 2024.

If you require additional time due to a high number of articles or need assistance with the jury task, please inform us via email or the project talk page. The International Team of Feminism and Folklore will not be responsible for any missed deadlines.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Best regards,

The International Team of Feminism and Folklore

Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-23[modifye kòd]

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Roller printing on fabrics is a textile printing process patented by Thomas Bell of Scotland in 1783 in an attempt to reduce the cost of the earlier copperplate printing. This method was used in Lancashire fabric mills to produce cotton dress fabrics from the 1790s, most often reproducing small monochrome patterns characterized by striped motifs and tiny dotted patterns called "machine grounds". Improvements in the technology resulted in more elaborate roller prints in bright, rich colours from the 1820s; Turkey red and chrome yellow were particularly popular.

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Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-28[modifye kòd]

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The India naming dispute in 1947 refers to the argument over the use of the name India during and after the partition of British Raj, between the countries of Pakistan and the Republic of India. This dispute involved key figures such as Lord Mountbatten, the last Viceroy of British Raj, and Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the leader of the Muslim League and a founder of Pakistan. By 1947, the British Raj was going to be divided into two new nation states – Hindustan and Pakistan. Jinnah was initially convinced that Hindustan would not use the term India, since it lacked indigenous pedigree, etymologically and historically India meant the Indus Valley (modern-Pakistan). He also opposed the use of the name India as it would cause confusion regarding history. The disagreement had significant implications for national identity and international recognition.

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Wikipedia translation of the week: 2024-29[modifye kòd]

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Adumu, is a type of dance that the Maasai people of Kenya and Tanzania practice. Young Maasai warriors generally perform the energetic and acrobatic dance at ceremonial occasions including weddings, religious rites, and other significant cultural events. The Adumu dance is characterized by a sequence of jumps performed by the dancers, who stand in a circle and alternately jump while keeping their bodies as straight and upright as possible. In addition to wearing vividly colored shúkàs (clothes) and beaded jewelry, the dancers are typically clad in traditional Maasai costume. Traditional Maasai songs and chants are also performed during the dance.

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