Re: [Wikimedia-l] Happy Africa Day: keyboards for all the languages of Africa

2019-05-25 Thread Shlomi Fish
On Sat, 25 May 2019 10:19:45 +0300 "Amir E. Aharoni" wrote: > Hello, and happy Africa day! > > [ crossposted to African Wikimedians list, general Wikimedia list, and > mediawiki-i18n ] > > To celebrate this, I am announcing the completion of a little pet project > that I started a year ago: it

Re: [Wikimedia-l] [African Wikimedians] Happy Africa Day: keyboards for all the languages of Africa

2019-05-25 Thread Gerard Meijssen
Hey Isaac, Would you be willing to either write an article about using the Yoruba keyboard. Particularly what it takes to learn to use it and if/how you use other software? It would deserve a place on the Wikimedia blog because the keyboard effort deserves much more attention :) Thanks,

Re: [Wikimedia-l] [African Wikimedians] Happy Africa Day: keyboards for all the languages of Africa

2019-05-25 Thread Isaac Olatunde
Hello Amir, Thank you for this great work. I have been enjoying the Yoruba keyboard you designed for me over over three years ago. I am proud to say that in have translated over 250 articles from English Wikipedia to Yoruba Wikipedia using the keyboards and I have trained others on now to use it

[Wikimedia-l] Happy Africa Day: keyboards for all the languages of Africa

2019-05-25 Thread Amir E. Aharoni
Hello, and happy Africa day! [ crossposted to African Wikimedians list, general Wikimedia list, and mediawiki-i18n ] To celebrate this, I am announcing the completion of a little pet project that I started a year ago: it is now easy to type in all the languages of Africa in which there is a

Re: [Wikimedia-l] WMF commitment for a Wikimedia projects archive

2019-05-25 Thread Pine W
I postponed responding to this thread partly because I was busy and partly because I was mentally bracing myself for a rough ride. I thank Risker, Nathan, Philippe, SJ, and James for their calm comments here. I wish that I had been calmer myself. I have not discussed this thread with Fae off