User talk:Da Desirer 2

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Seems we call this language Sãotomense, though {{cri}} this associated template seems not be used anywhere. So changing the name could quite easily done, if suggested at say WT:BP. The question is what's the most common name in English for this language. Also indexes usually document what words we have in a language, rather than a to-do list. Perhaps Wiktionary:Requested entries (Sãotomense) would be a better idea? Mglovesfun (talk) 21:59, 6 July 2012 (UTC)


Many of them may be correct, but there were enough errors that I figured it would be safer to remove them all because I don't know all of those languages. Then again, you probably don't either? Please make sure when adding anymore translations that they are correct. —CodeCat 01:42, 3 October 2012 (UTC)

Yes, I reply, On the to be created section, not until they are fully correct and contains no errors. I now got capability on some other languages. A few will be kept and are verified. Uncreated pages which are in the "Articles for creation" are not affected, and are excluded since they are articles that have yet to be created. Other users can completely correct, spellcheck and verify proposed articles in the "Articles for creation" section and when finished, it can allowed to be created, it cannot if not a single correction or verification are made, it will not be created until one or more user finished checked spelling and corrections. Any other user who creates an article from the Articles for creation section without corrections and verification will be in trouble. I do not create an article from "Articles for creation" until spellchecks and grammars are completely and properly corrected, especially by other users, thanks. Da Desirer 2 (talk) 16:24, 3 October 2012 (UTC)

Again you have added a Dutch translation to uremia that is incorrect. I've reverted it again. —CodeCat 23:37, 3 October 2012 (UTC)

Not some language, I am learning some other languages. Most of the translations (almost all of them) are correct and likely not to be removed. I added foreign words, most of them through non-English Wikipedia links that have the other language's word a non-English name that matches with definitions. Some of these are now already linked. Another, the translations are largely correct on other language's Wiktionary that reads the English name and other language's Wiktionary that have other language's word under the other language's name. Also, the Greek and Latin translations are correct, do not remove Greek or Latin words and definitions out of the translation list that I am doing, thanks and I know the translations there.. Da Desirer 2 (talk) 23:56, 3 October 2012 (UTC). Second comment: Da Desirer 2 (talk) 23:57, 3 October 2012 (UTC)

If only a few of the translations are not correct, put the words under the "translations to be checked" section so translations can be checked instead of removing a few (if is includes a few other connections that don't fully connect a word of another language).