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Re: "My languages" options

Postby OldBoring » 2017-08-15, 8:31

It's the Western dialect. No need to specify that it's west of kan.

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Re: "My languages" options

Postby Luís » 2017-08-15, 10:38

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vijayjohn wrote:English name: Malinke
ISO code: emk
Flag: Wassoulou Empire or, failing that, Guinea


Added. I'll see if I can change the flag later on.


Changed

księżycowy wrote:I just noticed that the first character for the native name for Kansai-ben is missing, it should be 関西弁


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księżycowy wrote:I just noticed when posting on the translation thread that the code for Seneca comes up as a ? instead of the flag we had given the the listing: [flag=]see[/flag]

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[flag=]see[/flag]

Oddly enough, the listing in the lang. list still has the correct flag.


I hadn't really noticed this before, but apparently the flag BBCode seems to be its own thing and none of the new flags are actually working with it. I'll have to investigate some more...
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Re: "My languages" options

Postby IpseDixit » 2017-08-15, 10:52

Irusia wrote:English name: Monégasque
Native name: Munegascu
ISO 639-3: --
Flag: Monaco


Well, Monegasque is technically a dialect of Ligurian which is already present in the language list.

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Re: "My languages" options

Postby Luís » 2017-08-15, 18:58

Irusia wrote:English name: Austrian Sign Language
Native name: Österreichische Gebärdensprache (ÖGS)
ISO 639-3: asq

English name: Polish Sign Language
Native name: Polski język migowy (PJM)
ISO 639-3: pso

English name: Hungarian Sign Language
Native name: Magyar Jelnyelv
ISO 639-3: hsh

English name: Romanian Sign Language
Native name: limbajul semnelor (limbajul mimico-gestual) română ???
ISO 639-3: rms

English name: Bulgarian Sign Language
Native name: български жестомимичен език (БЖЕ)
ISO 639-3: bqn


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Re: "My languages" options

Postby księżycowy » 2017-08-15, 20:57

Luís wrote:
I hadn't really noticed this before, but apparently the flag BBCode seems to be its own thing and none of the new flags are actually working with it. I'll have to investigate some more...

Huh, interesting.

I also notice they don't redirect to the proper Wikipedia page either. Or at least Seneca doesn't. And it has a Wikipedia page.

Whatever the case, do what you can.

Thanks for what you've done so far! :D

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Re: "My languages" options

Postby Irusia » 2017-08-15, 21:21

Thank you for all the additions!

I would like to ask for two more:

English name: Chavacano
Native name: Chavacano
ISO 639-3: cbk
Flag: Philippines

English name: Anindilyakwa
Native name: Anindilyakwa
ISO 639-3: aoi
Flag: Australian Aboriginal
[flag=]uk[/flag] Здайся на Господа у твоїх справах, і задуми твої здійсняться. (Приповідки 16, 3)
[flag=]en[/flag] Entrust your work to the Lord, and your planning will succeed. (Proverbs 16, 3)
[flag=]et[/flag] Veereta oma tööd Issanda peale,
siis su kavatsused lähevad korda. (Õpetussõnad 16, 3)
[flag=]es[/flag] Pon en manos del Señor todas tus obras, y tus proyectos se cumplirán. (Proverbios 16, 3)

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Re: "My languages" options

Postby Luís » 2017-08-15, 21:34

księżycowy wrote:
Luís wrote:
I hadn't really noticed this before, but apparently the flag BBCode seems to be its own thing and none of the new flags are actually working with it. I'll have to investigate some more...

Huh, interesting.

I also notice they don't redirect to the proper Wikipedia page either. Or at least Seneca doesn't. And it has a Wikipedia page.

Whatever the case, do what you can.

Thanks for what you've done so far! :D


I talked to proycon and it turns out this feature hadn't been migrated from the old site, so it was still pointing to the old flag database. He promptly migrated it and it seems to be working fine now :)

(see)

Edit: it's probably the same issue when it comes to the Wikipedia redirects. I'll have to ask him.
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Re: "My languages" options

Postby księżycowy » 2017-08-15, 21:35

Great, thanks!

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Re: "My languages" options

Postby Luís » 2017-08-16, 17:36

linguoboy wrote:English name: Osage
Native name: Wažáže íe
ISO 639-3 code: osa
Script used: Latin, Osage
Flag: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/40/Flag_of_the_Osage_Nation_of_Oklahoma.png


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Irusia wrote:English name: Minderico
Native name: Piação do Ninhou (?)
ISO 639-3: drc
Flag: Portugal (?)


This is more of a code or a sociolect.

Irusia wrote:English name: Monégasque
Native name: Munegascu
ISO 639-3: --
Flag: Monaco


IpseDixit wrote:Well, Monegasque is technically a dialect of Ligurian which is already present in the language list.


I haven't added it for now. I'll let you guys discuss it.

Irusia wrote:English name: Wymysorys or Vilamovian
Native name: Wymysiöeryś
ISO 639-3: wym
Flag: ?


Added (used the flag of Wilamowice)

Irusia wrote:English name: Pontic Greek
Native name: ποντιακά
ISO 639-3: pnt
Flag: Greece


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Please note that there are currently some issues with the [flag] BBCode, but this shouldn't affect how flags are displayed elsewhere.
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Re: "My languages" options

Postby Luís » 2017-08-16, 20:28

Luís wrote:Please note that there are currently some issues with the [flag] BBCode, but this shouldn't affect how flags are displayed elsewhere.


Everything's working again.
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Re: "My languages" options

Postby Luís » 2017-08-17, 17:50

Irusia wrote:I would like to ask for two more:

English name: Chavacano
Native name: Chavacano
ISO 639-3: cbk
Flag: Philippines

English name: Anindilyakwa
Native name: Anindilyakwa
ISO 639-3: aoi
Flag: Australian Aboriginal


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Re: "My languages" options

Postby księżycowy » 2017-08-18, 11:36

The "native" name for Middle English is kinda odd. They certainly wouldn't have called it "middle" after all. Should we just remove it, since the way it was spelled is the same as modern "English" (well, one of the prominent ways it was spelled anyway)?

Or, to add some Ye Olde flavor, we can change it to "English/Anglish". :P

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Re: "My languages" options

Postby Saim » 2017-08-18, 17:33

I'd like to suggest the addition of the other Western Punjab languages.

English name: Northern Hindko
Native name: (ہزارہ‎) ہندکو
ISO 639-3 code: hno
Script used: Arabic
Flag: flag of Pakistan

English name: Southern Hindko
Native name: (اٹک‎) ہندکو
ISO 639-3 code: hnd
Script used: Arabic
Flag: flag of Pakistan

English name: Saraiki
Native name: سرائیکی
ISO 639-3 code: skr
Script used: Arabic
Flag: flag of Pakistan (there are some other flags in use but they seem to represent the movement to create a Saraiki-majority province in southern Punjab rather than the language itself)

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Re: "My languages" options

Postby Luís » 2017-08-18, 18:48

księżycowy wrote:The "native" name for Middle English is kinda odd. They certainly wouldn't have called it "middle" after all. Should we just remove it, since the way it was spelled is the same as modern "English" (well, one of the prominent ways it was spelled anyway)?


Changed the rule. If the native name is the same as the English name, it won't show them both

Saim wrote:I'd like to suggest the addition of the other Western Punjab languages.

English name: Northern Hindko
Native name: (ہزارہ‎) ہندکو
ISO 639-3 code: hno
Script used: Arabic
Flag: flag of Pakistan

English name: Southern Hindko
Native name: (اٹک‎) ہندکو
ISO 639-3 code: hnd
Script used: Arabic
Flag: flag of Pakistan

English name: Saraiki
Native name: سرائیکی
ISO 639-3 code: skr
Script used: Arabic
Flag: flag of Pakistan (there are some other flags in use but they seem to represent the movement to create a Saraiki-majority province in southern Punjab rather than the language itself)


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