Talk:Wiki Technical Guide

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New(?) templates

I created Template:OK () and Template:KO (), but I am wondering if those don't already exist with an other name. If they do, please let me know. Maupas (talk) 00:33, 9 June 2019 (CEST)

Easy to discriminate?

This facilitates discriminated responses in their consideration, implementation, etc.

Really? It sounds like: "This (Writing 50 titles instead of 1 title for 50 topics) make it easy to discriminate responses in consideration, implementation, etc."
Better: "This prevent discriminated responses in their consideration, implementation, etc." Or what should there be said?
--Heernis (talks) 30. June 2019 - 14:22

Of the french text written by Zorroagh I understood that the one who want to modify, (or ask/answer questions about, or translate) some topic will find and work on this topic more easily if it is a short one. Hence my "faithful" translation of "Cela facilite les réponses discriminées dans leur prise en compte, leur réalisation, etc."
But I agree that this point of view is questionable (after all, sections are not so difficult to reach and work on) and suspects the main reason for such a recommendation (systematical splitting of articles) is the difficulties encountered in implementation of wikis in WebIG.
More, your question raise the point of translation. In fact, as I'am not a native EN speaker, the present EN Wiki Technical Guide need to be checked by somebody who is AND understands FR enough (you know that's how we work in Translation Team). I don't know if we have among ourselves wikis contributors such a person but I think we could at least add a status reading "Proofreading requested" in the TIP template. What do you think?--Maupas (talk) 17:16, 30 June 2019 (CEST)

Preventing discussion by indicating the link?

Thus, also think about preventing the person or persons who may be concerned by the discussion by indicating the link to the discussion.

This sound weird. Should be rewritten. (Think more simple ;-) )
--Heernis (talks) 30. June 2019 - 14:35
I replaced the "weird" sentence as follows:
So, please notify the ones you think concerned about the talk by adding the link to it in their own user talk page.” Feel free to improve it, tough!--Maupas (talk) 17:33, 30 June 2019 (CEST)