User talk:Wesha

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Again, welcome! --Ivan Štambuk 19:10, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

находиться[edit]

[1] - Hi Wesha! Please take some time to study Wiktionary layout format as outlined in the WT:ELE. In particular, the section names ===Verb I=== and ===Verb II=== are not allowed, and the bot that monitors the structure of entries (AutoFormat) would tag for them cleanup.

If these two meanings are etymologically related, they should be listed one beneath the other one, if not they should be listed under different etymology sections (===Etymology 1=== and ===Etymology 2===). Or you can simply list them under two consecutive ===Verb=== sections if you're unsure. Cheers --Ivan Štambuk 19:15, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

I still cannot make sense out of what you're talking about. Why won't you show me by example, by cleaning up that section? -- Wesha 22:43, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
Another user cleaned it up in the meantime. What I'm trying to say is that sections names such as ===Verb 1=== and ===Verb 2=== must not be. Instead, you have to use simply two consecutive ===Verb=== sections (if they have separate conjugations) if these are under the same etymology (in this case, apparently they are), or if they have different etymologies they must be at level-4 as ====Verb==== (not the four '=' signs) under ===Etymology 1=== and ===Etymology 2=== respectively.
I.e., in the first case you'd have:
==Russian==

===Etymology===
some etym.

===Verb===
# definition 1

=====Conjugation====
conjugation 1

===Verb===
# definition 2

=====Conjugation====
conjugation 2 different from conjugation 1
In the second case you'd have:
==Russian==

===Etymology 1===
etymology 1

====Verb=====
# definition 1

======Conjugation=====
conjugation 1

===Etymology 2===
etymology 2

====Verb=====
# definition 2

======Conjugation=====
conjugation 2 possibly different or equal to conjugation 1
In case where there is equal conjugation and etymology for all of the sense, you just group them under the same ===Verb=== section like it is now at the abovementioned entry. --Ivan Štambuk 22:52, 24 July 2009 (UTC)

WT:SAND[edit]

I think that Template:Sandbox/Wesha should actually be User:Wesha/Sandbox if it's for your personal use and not a template to be used on other pages. Mglovesfun (talk) 15:36, 27 July 2009 (UTC)

It is the template to be used on other pages (import from ru:wikt), currently under construction. Please be patient. -- Wesha 15:38, 27 July 2009 (UTC)
Okay, suits me. Mglovesfun (talk) 15:46, 27 July 2009 (UTC)
You can delete it now, testing is over. -- Wesha 16:08, 27 July 2009 (UTC)