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Sorry for the noise. I think i found the solution on how to get questions
in questy in the language that the person uses.

and im quoting this off irc from someone in the mediawiki irc channel

"if you have people willing to create questions for the questy captcha on
different languages, you can make it display questions on a desired
language based on the browser's language preference"

I think this is something that needs to be looked into as I think that is
the initial problem with questy. Please let me know if this is the desired
route to go and i can follow up on it and get more information on how to
set this up.

On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 8:18 PM, Jonathan Aquilina <>wrote:

Finally had a chat in the media wiki irc channel after a whole day of
freenode issues in terms of net splits.

I was linked these two links which might come in handy to potentially shed
light as to new features that we do not have enabled to combat spam

Florian as I am part of the infra team is there anything I can help  in
regards to the spam issues and the wiki?

 On Fri, Jul 5, 2013 at 10:56 AM, Volker Merschmann <>wrote:


2013/7/5 Jonathan Aquilina <>:
The first thing which has to be done in advance is, that the wiki has
to recognize the users language from the browser-indentification,
Then the request has to be forwarded to the localized page.

At the moment you are getting all in english when not logged in.

Is there a way to use geoip in that case to identify ones location.

I would not do this as it will give wrong language pages to travelling
The browser provides the UI language.


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