User:Kephir

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Translingual[edit]

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pl Ten użytkownik używa polskiego jako języka ojczystego.
en-4 This user speaks English at a near-native level.
de-1 Dieser Benutzer hat grundlegende Deutschkenntnisse.
ja-1 この利用者は簡単日本語を話します。
cmn-0 這位用戶無法理解普通話/國語
这位用户无法理解普通话/国语
ar-0 هذا المستخدم لا يفهم حرفا في العربية.

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This user's native script is the Latin alphabet.
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Grek-1
This user has a basic understanding of the Greek alphabet.
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IPA-1
This user has a basic understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet.
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Cyrl-1
This user has a basic understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet.

Hira-1
This user has a basic understanding of Hiragana.

Kana-1
This user has a basic understanding of Katakana.

JS-4 This user can write and understand all kinds of complex JavaScript code.
lua-3 This user can write more complex Lua modules.
{{t}}-3 This user can write more complex wiki templates.
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Etymology[edit]

Most likely from kefir (kefir). Some suggest it is an intentional misspelling of \ker \varphi. Compare Arabic كافر (kāfir, infidel).

Proper noun[edit]

Keφr n

  1. This word needs a definition. Please help out and add a definition, then remove the text {{rfdef}}.

Synonyms[edit]

Usage notes[edit]

May be spelled Kephir when Greek alphabet is unavailable or undesired, though this usage is discouraged.

This user's contributions to Wiktionary are for a large part technical in nature, although they also contain definitions of mathematical terms and random words in Polish. All this user's contributions (excluding JavaScript scripts) are dual-licensed under the Do What The Fuck You Want To Public License version 2 (terms).

Scripts[edit]

  • xte — currently only reformats translation lists. May be expanded.
  • NECtie — transforms all redlinks to use User:Yair rand's new entry creator.

Originally developed for Wikipedia: (see User:Kephir/common.js to see how to install)

Also recommended:

Hit list[edit]

  • Scripts, scripts, and even more scripts:
    • Migrating translations to use {{t}}. xte does it. It needs some polishing, but often you can just save immediately after running it.
    • Editing and removing existing translations.
    • Automatic insertion of declension/conjugation templates.
    • Automatic creation of translation boxes.
    • Discussion archiving. Done: aWa.
    • Moving translations between pages.
    • A replacement for Yair rand's NEC, which looks kind of unmaintainable
    • A script to automate maintaining WT:WOTD and WT:FWOTD.
    • A script to remove links to a deleted page.
  • Convert scripts on WT:PREFS to proper gadgets. Then deprecate WT:PREFS.
  • Template documentation.
  • mw:Help:Editnotices for important pages.
  • Convert category boilerplate templates to Lua (to be) done by User:CodeCat.
  • Convert {{character info}} to Lua. Rough start: Module:character info.
  • Standardise quotation templates.
  • Standardise inflection templates.
  • Grammar appendices?
  • Fold declension templates into Module:pl-noun.
  • Combine Module:pl-noun and Module:pl-adj to facilitate generating declension tables of idiomatic noun-adjective phrases.
  • Clean up the mess I made at Module:Unicode data
  • Think about treatment of combining characters.
  • Poke the developers about Special:Contributions/663.19.150.52
  • Create a module which inspects pages (WOTD, FWOTD, open votes, monthly discussion rooms, etc.) and generates a list of maintenance tasks to be performed in the upcoming days (closing votes, updating WOTD/FWOTD, creating monthly discussion subpages).
  • Get rid of as many inline styles as possible. And of presentational markup.
  • Hydra Project: bot whose source code would be shared on Wiktionary, making its tasks runnable by multiple people.

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