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Cette page de discussion est destinée aux non-francophones. Elle permet de discuter à propos de la Wikipédia francophone et de demander de l'aide. Les messages peuvent être écrits dans toutes les langues, y compris en français, même approximatif. Si vous vous exprimez dans une autre langue que le français ou l'anglais, il sera plus difficile de vous répondre, mais on essaiera dans la mesure du possible de vous trouver un interlocuteur parlant votre langue.

Le nombre d'articles dans Wikipédia francophone est de 1 626 043.

En bref :

  • Vous pouvez poser des questions sur les versions françaises des projets Wikimedia;
  • Vous pouvez poser des questions sur la langue française, la culture française et la culture des pays francophones;
  • Vous pouvez poser des questions sur les logiciels MediaWiki;
  • Vous êtes invité à nous donner votre avis sur la Wikipédia francophone;
  • Les requêtes concernant les robots sont faites (de préférence en anglais ou en français) sur Wikipédia:Bot/Statut.


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salue je sui ravis d etre ici mais je ne sais pas comment poser questions? veillez m expliquer. — Le message qui précède, non signé, a été déposé par Djimiallanga01 (discuter).

Bonjour Notification Djimiallanga01 :, tu peux regarder là Aide:Débuter et là Wikipédia:Forum des nouveaux. Bonne continuation Kumʞum quoi ? 25 octobre 2014 à 20:23 (CEST)

Last call for translation: VisualEditor News #1—2015[modifier | modifier le code]

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Hi! Apologies if you're reading this message more than once and if it doesn't come in your language. This is an invitation to join translators working on the February's issue of the VisualEditor multilingual newsletter. This time it features an important announcement about a series of meetings where VE tasks on Phabricator will be triaged live and publicly, starting next week. Since we want many people to be aware of this as soon as possible (volunteer developers are especially welcome!), we have a time constraint which means we'll deliver to the wikis on Thursday morning (PST) this week. Thanks a lot in advance, we know you'll do whatever it takes to keep your community up-to-date, and appreciate it a lot. --Elitre (WMF) (discuter) 4 février 2015 à 17:40 (CET)

PS: Here are some instructions. Please go to the translation page: your language should be available from the drop-down menu on the right. Once you've selected it, you'll see the document in English side by side with any translation work already done in your language. You can add new translations or modify existing ones. If you need further help or would like to receive a talk page message to be notified of future translations, please contact me directly.

Request for Gadget review[modifier | modifier le code]

Hi,

Greetings,

Wikimedia commons uses a gadget called AjaxQuickDelete:

  • Gadget descrption at wikimedia commons is as follows:
"Adds the Nominate for deletion and Discuss category link to the toolbox in the sidebar, Move & Replace (filemovers only), Process Duplicates (admins only) links to the appropriate places. This gadget is also used by other gadgets."
  • More info :
I wish and request French and German wikipedians adopt this gadget, if not atleast a peer review that the gadget is prima facia technically stable and safe to use.
Why so ?: Frankly I want to adopt this gadget at mr wikipedia, but before adopting a gadget locally we feel reassured if a gadget is used either at fr or de wikipedia (along with either ta/te/kn/ml wikipedia); since these wiki's wikipedians do have enough technical expertise to take care of safty concerns :).
Thanks and warm regards
Mahitgar (discuter) 22 avril 2015 à 04:39 (CEST)

J. Cassel[modifier | modifier le code]

Again, I would need your help, I'm looking for any detailed biographical data about a Belgian hockey player J. (van) Cassel, whose article is now up for deletion on huwiki. He was member of Brussels IHSC in 1911/2 and won a gold medal at the Championnat de Belgique de hockey sur glace with his team. There's little information about him on the world wide web, here and here, our goal is to get hold of more data, perhaps from printed sources which may provide any futher details about him (possible French/Belgian/Dutch sports almanachs or similar sources from the 1910s) and the whereabouts of these sources if they're available scanned somewhere online. Thank you in advance. Gyurika (discuter) 6 mai 2015 à 16:25 (CEST)

Notification Gyurkia : hello, I searched there, (this is the main source of French press archive, sport press titles inclued), but I am sorry I found absolutely nothing... I did not even find the original version of the copy of the main source of the article on hu.wp (and if it is from the Belgian press I don't know where I can found it online). The other hockey players of the team he played with are sometimes mentionned as belgian aristocrats in French press (hunting parties and richmen stuff...) I hope you will find something. Kumʞum Tu veux un cachou ? 6 mai 2015 à 22:01 (CEST)
Thanks. Do you aware of any other sources which may contain such old sports data? Or is this gallica.bnf.fr the only one, which merges everything in one place? Offline stuff is also okay. Gyurika (discuter) 7 mai 2015 à 17:50 (CEST)
Hi, I asked there (I will answer you in English here if they bring interesting infos). Gallica is the main source of numerized free French press archives, old books, maps and pictures of the National library of France. The old sport press newspapers are there. To search you can go there, then select English on the top of the page. Kumʞum Tu veux un cachou ? 7 mai 2015 à 19:08 (CEST)
Hi, Hockey Archives (passionhockey.com) is a reliable source (his founder, Marc Branchu, has written a book, Histoire du hockey sur glace en France (History of ice hockey in France), which is used as a source on many articles on fr.wp). --Mathis B discuter, le 7 mai 2015 à 20:33 (CEST)

An invitation to Edit filter managers of wikimedia wiki projects[modifier | modifier le code]

Hi,

This is an invitation to Edit filter managers and patrollers who refer to edit filters from your wiki project to share and know about effective public filters from various wikimedia wiki projects.

It is almost six years since March 2009, that Edit filters are in use on various Wikimedia wiki projects. At meta we have started a platform page m:Edit filters benefiting to various local Wikiprojects to know good and effective (public) edit filters by sharing of relevant information with rest of wikimedia community. This will help editfilter managers, and there by concerned projects, to benefit from maximising potential of best possible (public) edit filters.

We are keen to have your participation in this collaborative and constructive endeavour and the discussions to kno and learn from each other's knowledge and experiences.

Mahitgar (discuter) 17 mai 2015 à 08:53 (CEST)