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Best regards! --Eric-92 (talk) 02:07, 3 June 2014 (UTC)

WMF projects - translation of Wikidata labels and descriptionsEdit

lang=fr : ?lang=fr&props=31,218,219,220,506,1406&q=claim[1800]français

Salut Azurfrog! Today is Wikipedias 15th birthday. I want to let you know that the number of d:Wikidata:Database reports/WMF projects there is also the page Wikipedia versions has increased to more then 409. The list contains pages from Wikibook project pages to Wikiversity and Wiktionary project pages. You may be interested in adding Wikidata labels and descriptions in your language. Only a few, maybe five. Please follow also the discussion at d:property talk:P218 and comment there.
Maybe you can translate this and use it somewhere: If this is your first edit at wikidata: First go to Wikipedia_versions?setlang=fr. This will select the interface language for you. Then open the label links you want to translate in a new browser tab for each link. You should see an edit button and you should be able to insert the label in the corresponding field using a click/doubleklick. Same for the description and alias. Save your changes and go to another label link from the main list. Good luck!
Best regards Gangleri also aka I18n (talk) 02:37, 15 January 2016 (UTC)

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