Have we moved on a bit?[]

Users familiar with articles in languages other than English are urged to read or re-read all of the project page to see whether any of it needs clarification or even changing. Comments welcome below. — Robin Patterson (Talk) 09:38, June 8, 2010 (UTC)


In case any readers have missed it, I can advise that we have found that {{String}} seems to be incompatible with recent versions of Semantic Forms. We have no control over the version Wikia gives us, so we have decided that any multilinguality we have should follow the Commons: model as closely as convenient, using the individual language templates such as {{En}}. Some of our templates that were using {{String}} have still not been adjusted (which explains some of the missing labels in the standard form and some of the link-type labels in the displays of sources and notes). -- Robin Patterson (Talk) 11:13, July 13, 2011 (UTC)


An apparent inconsistency in the instructions:

  • The section with various versions of William the Conqueror refers to Guillaume le Conquérant (1027-1087).
  • The "Naming standards" section says: "...Non-English versions must postpend their language code to the end of the articles.".

Seems that the later instruction should insert " with the same title" after "versions". --- Robin Patterson (Talk) 05:00, January 20, 2019 (UTC)