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[libreoffice-l10n] Wiki translation tech newsletter


Welcome to another edition of "emails full of wiki translation tech jargon"! Let's see, what our elite team of wiki researchers has accomplished since the last one.

- Thanks to Guilhem, we can now set the source language of a page to something else besides English!
1. Visit https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Special:PageLanguage
2. Start inputting the page path into the "Page" field and pick the page
3. Select language

- We will get the automatic adding of the languages menu only after June 2020, because we are targetting LTS releases of MediaWiki: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Version_lifecycle

- The topic of copying the contents of a translatable page without the <!-T:x--> tags came up and a solution was found. To achieve this, add /en to the path of the page like so: https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/6.3/en and edit the page.
You should always do a fresh start for a new page, never bringing in old automatically generated translation tags.

Ilmari

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