--- Comment #2 from Siebrand <> 2010-02-14 20:41:25 CET ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> Does this concern content languages, or interface languages ?

Interface languages. 'als' itself does not have any localisation, because
"Allemanisch", aka "Swiss German" has ISO 639-3 code 'gsw'. So it is localised
in 'gsw'. zh-yue is localised in 'yue'. So if the Wikimedia Mobile only takes
'als' and 'zh-yue' respectively into account, those versions will not have any
localisation. Similarly, 'arz' (Egyptian Spoken Arabic) has a fallback to 'ar'
(Arabic). In MediaWiki this means that if Arabic is fully localised, but
Egyptian Spoken Arabic is ony partially localised, the missing strings will not
be replaced with English, but with Arabic strings.

You can grep '$fallback' in for
the fallback languages.

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