User talk:Atitarev/Russian verb templates

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Legend of the symbols[edit]

What do the symbols actually mean? Like, what does ° mean, or X? Could there be a legend? —CodeCat 13:55, 12 April 2013 (UTC)

(your previous question - no longer valid?) Do you mean the list on the main page or the 16 types above? Impf and pf are grouped together on this page. Russian templates use "СВ" for pf and nothing for impf. Could you convert my list into 4 column table (number, infinitive, 1st and 3rd person pres/fut., comments - about 40%) with 16 rows, please?
I will add comments and describe what symbols mean at the bottom.
(new) I just started this doc. The files is not searchable and a bit ugly. ° means some kind of problems with type 3 and 6. By X they probably mean * but I haven't got to it yet, need to confirm what they meant at ru:wikt by looking at both the text and the example verbs. BTW, it's in Russian and is 15 mb, do you want it? There's a lot of text. I could start by describing the types first (no exceptions) then go with exceptions--Anatoli (обсудить/вклад) 14:06, 12 April 2013 (UTC)
I can't read Russian so that isn't very helpful to me. I have started dividing the page into sections for each class, and now I am going to see if I can find out which Slavic verb type each class corresponds to. —CodeCat 14:12, 12 April 2013 (UTC)

Are the old templates still needed?[edit]

We have been replacing these with new templates, but the old ones are still used in a few entries. Can they be orphaned and deleted or are they still used for something? —CodeCat 12:37, 14 April 2013 (UTC)

The one's that are not used any more, could be deleted gradually, I just deleted one after checking with "What links here". There's quite a lot of the verbs to convert to the new templates and functions are only done for simplest conjugation types. --Anatoli (обсудить/вклад) 12:44, 14 April 2013 (UTC)