Articles about Spain phiên-siá

Hi! I've seen that you haven't got any template on this Wikipedia for cities or villages. Would it be possible to create it? --Chabi1 (talk) 07:17, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)

Maybe one like the one that appears on the English Wikipedia? --Chabi1 (talk) 07:19, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)
. I'm sorry. I didn't mean that one, I meant this one (which appears on the right in the article). --Chabi1 (talk) 07:24, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)
All the municipalities of the province of Soria are finished. If you want, I can do the same with all the provinces of Spain.

I would like to ask you to translate the following phrase into Hakka. It is for the Ido Wikipedia:

Welcome to the Ido Wikipedia. Ido was first known as reformed Esperanto and was created in 1907 after seven years of deliberation by a committee of professors and linguists. You may notice that Ido looks somewhat like Esperanto, but with a number of differences including a complete lack of diacritical marks, the use of the letter 'q', along with many of the words themselves. If you are studying Ido and want to write for our Wikipedia, feel free! There are people here to correct your Ido should you make a mistake. Just use the 模板:Revizo tag whenever you think your article could use some grammatical revision. The main site for the Ido language is located here, Ido publications are located here, and the English Wikipedia article on Ido is located here. A complete list of sites in Ido on the internet is located here. Lastly, the main reasons for choosing Ido over the more well-known Esperanto are summed up in this article.

Thanks for your help. --Chabi1 (talk) 08:46, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)

Thanks a lot for the star. Let's keep on working on this Wikipedia! --Chabi1 (talk) 08:48, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)

I am adding the templates to the articles that I have already done. Do you prefer that I create new ones? --Chabi1 (talk) 08:51, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)
Yes, create new ones. The templates can be added later. --K.T.Chang (talk) 08:52, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)

Just to be sure. I'ts the article Ibieca correct? --Chabi1 (talk) 08:57, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)

I've seen there is an error in the template {{Êu-chû Lièn-mèn}}. It has translated the country 'Croatia' as Tha̍t-mâ-thai and that is the translation of "Dalmatia", a part of Croatia. The country is Croatia, not Dalmatia. --Chabi1 (talk) 09:37, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)

I have already corrected it. --Chabi1 (talk) 09:38, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)

Translation phiên-siá

Here it is. Thanks a lot for your translation. I would also like to ask you to translate the nest article. Meanwhile, I will continue creating articles about villages.

Ido /ˈiːdoʊ/ is a language created to be a universal second language for speakers of diverse backgrounds. Ido was specifically designed to be grammatically, orthographically, and lexicographically regular, and above all easy to learn and use. In this sense, Ido is classified as a constructed international auxiliary language.

Ido was created in 1907 out of a desire to reform perceived flaws in Esperanto, a language that had been created for the same purpose 20 years earlier. The name of the language traces its origin to the Esperanto word ido, meaning "offspring",[2] since the language is a "descendant" of Esperanto. After its inception, Ido gained support from some in the Esperanto community, but following the sudden death in 1914 of one of its most influential proponents, Louis Couturat, it declined in popularity. There were two reasons for this: first, the emergence of further schisms arising from competing reform projects; and second, a general lack of awareness of Ido as a candidate for an international language. These obstacles weakened the movement and it was not until the rise of the Internet that it began to regain momentum.

Ido uses the same 26 letters as the English alphabet with no diacritics. It draws its vocabulary from French, Italian, Spanish, English, German, and Russian, and is largely intelligible to those who have studied Esperanto.

Several works of literature have been translated into Ido, including The Little Prince and the Gospel of Luke. As of the year 2000, there were approximately 100–200 Ido speakers in the world.

Thanks for your help. --Chabi1 (talk) 09:46, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)

Don't worry. I will need to do so in a few minutes too, but we will conitnue tomorrow, for sure. --Chabi1 (talk) 09:52, 19 八月 2013 (UTC)

I can't do anything today in here but tomorrow I will start again with the articles. Meanwhile, could you please translate the article about Ido? --Chabi1 (talk) 06:10, 24 八月 2013 (UTC)

ESEAP Conference 2018 phiên-siá

Hello all,

Scholarship applications for ESEAP Conference 2018 is now open!

ESEAP Conference 2018 is a regional conference for Wikimedia communities around the ESEAP regions. ESEAP stands for East, Southeast Asia, and Pacific. Taking place in Bali, Indonesia on 5-6 May 2018, this is the first regional conference for the Wikimedia communities around the regions.

Full scholarships are subject to quotas, maximum two people per country and your country is eligible to apply, visit this page.

We also accept submissions of several formats, including:

  • Workshop & Tutorial: these are presentations with a focus on practical work directed either to acquiring a specific skill or doing a specific task. Sessions are 55 minutes led by the presenters in a classroom space suitable for laptops and work.
  • Posters: A2-size format to give news, share your community event/program, set out an idea, propose a concept, or explain a problem. The poster itself must be uploaded to Wikimedia Commons with a suitable license.
  • Short Presentation/Sharing talks: 10-15 minutes presentation on certain topic.

Deadline for submissions and scholarship applications is on 15 March 2018. If you have any question, don't hesitate to contact me or send your e-mail to eseap模板

Best regards,

  • 研讨会及教程:这些展示重在实用,或是传授某一特定技能,或是完成某项特定任务。时长55分钟,会在适于使用电脑和工作的教室空间进行。
  • 海报:A2大小,分享新闻、社群活动/项目、发表某一想法、提出某一概念或解释某一问题。海报必须上传至维基共享资源并提供适当的授权。
  • 简短展示/经验交流:10到15分钟针对特定议题的展示。
--Beeyan (kâu-liù) 06:18, 8 Sâm-ngie̍t 2018 (UTC)(粗略翻译:User:Kuailong)