On 14.02.2012 21:43, Stathis Agrapidis wrote:
Hope this is the appropriate list to ask.
In Greece we are trying to figure out the best way to organize the lokalization of the wiki. We are currently translating pages and we have already translated a lot but there are two things we need to figure out:
- Is there a way to interconnect the translated page to the original
one, so that the wiki knows when the original page changes and therefore automatically print a message on the translated one that it might be out of date?
Tip: I have already found out how to list the greek one at the bottom left box, which shows the translated pages for it. Question is: Is that enough?
As you already found out, the pages are connected in the sidebar by adding [[<language>:<pagename>]]. I think there is no build-in method in mediawiki for the feature you are missing. Maybe there is an extension that can help here, if you find one, I can help getting it added to our wiki.
- The translator knows if the original page changes when it chooses
to watch the original page from the "watch" button. Is there a central place where all the outdated pages are indicated? I am asking this because we want to formulate a quality assurance procedure for the translated wiki.
You can get a list of changes to your watched pages here: http://en.opensuse.org/Special:Watchlist and you can get notified by mail on changes if you activate it here: http://en.opensuse.org/Special:Preferences
That's all for now :)
Thanks for helping with the greek wiki :-)