--- Comment #15 from Bawolff (Brian Wolff) <bawolff...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Papou from comment #14)
> >Personally I am opposed to fixing this bug (I think people should just make
> >separate files), but that's just my personal opinion.
> Supposing the very realistic display in Wikipedia of a world map in which
> 200 countries are highlighted one by one in the 50 languages one by one.
> That makes 10 000 SVG files.
> And as the languages in the world are over 5000, counting a potential 500
> for the main ones would make the figure 100 000.
I'm not opposed to having the language option that can be specified (Which is
My concerns with this proposal are:
*It seems hackish (That's just a gut feeling, so perhaps not a fair criticism)
*It would be hard to adequately expose to the user which layers options are
available. The [[File:..]] syntax might then become very mysterious. (This is
probably my main worry)
*There's possibly some issues with scalability related to how we store files.
(However that's an implementation detail, so perhaps not a fair criticism of
this bug as an "idea")
> Are you volunteering?
Luckily they could use your script on the client side to generate the neccesary
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