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|Link to where you register so you can contribute||4||12:07, 8 March 2016|
|Typo?||1||18:47, 13 July 2011|
|2.3 Working with Languages||1||07:06, 13 June 2011|
|Template "Remember" - the translation is not possible||1||19:20, 7 June 2011|
|unfriendly response after submitting a translation||1||09:46, 7 April 2011|
|Relevance||0||13:42, 24 September 2010|
This page should have a link to https://identity.kde.org/index.php?r=registration/index It has been pointed out to me that it is very hard to find where you go to register for an account on this wiki. This discourages contributions. So this page should feature the registration link prominently.
The login page should also have a link to the place where you register - because this is standard for web sites and wikis. You go to the login page to find the registration link. But this is not found here on this wiki.
I agree on this. I'm a new user and I'm totally confused by the registration process.
I was on Techbase, I've clicked "Modify a page" on the right column and I've been redirected to this page. Here you say this is related to userbase and it's suggested to see Techbase, entering in an infinite loop.
This page should also include the information to contribute to techbase or the "Modify a page" link on techbase should point to a different page.
I'm going also to comment on the QuickStart page, which contains obsolete informations.
Replied to the registration process info already elsewhere.
As for the sidebar, feel free to adjust it with updated content. See https://techbase.kde.org/MediaWiki:Sidebar
Since KDE userbase and Techbase share the way on how to modify pages, probably it make sense to keep the link to the userbase documentation without duplication. I suggest to add to the "Relevance" section two subsections: one for userbase and one for techbase where we explain what kind of content should be posted. Does it make sense?
do we need a page for the review process to improve existing translations?
I don't think we have enough translators for most languages to implement an overall policy. What I would like to see, though, is this sort of thing added to the Translation Group pages. Team Leaders (and those working with them) can set their own rules - whatever they feel works best for their language. Does that make sense?
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After submitting a translation it is automatically redirected to http://userbase.kde.org/api.php. This is annoying please take a look.