1- Following the rules of the Main_Page, it should be /ES/ (Spanish) and not /EN/, I think.
2- If my memory's correct only administrators can remove pages.
Le 13/10/2010 14:41, HenryGR a écrit :
Need you help :-)
Just created one page with the translation in Spanish of the Manifesto For th Next
Decade. Now, I am not sure whether or not my coding is correct. The page I created
has the url:
1. I am not sure whether I should use the /TDF/EN/ or just /EN/
2. Also, I erroneously created:
and I do not know how to delete that unnecessary page.
On 10/13/2010 01:22 PM, Sophie Gautier wrote:
On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 12:57 PM, Per Eriksson
Just a friendly reminder when creating your localized pages in the wiki.
* Follow your language's namespace as outlined on the wiki first page.
Prefix your pages with your language code so that we know which they belong
* Also write the letters in uppercase.
If following these instructions we will be able to handle our content in a
very effective way, and know which content belongs to which language. It
will also simplify administration for all native language communities.
I'm the one who has writtent the rules and doesn't follow them :(
Really sorry for that.
Would you be able to delete this page:
I've created the new one respecting the FR language code.
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