https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=58429

--- Comment #2 from Nemo <federicol...@tiscali.it> ---
(In reply to Quim Gil from comment #1)
> It would be useful to have more opinions about the relevance of this problem
> in Wikimedia multilingual wikis. Also about the complexity of the solution
> proposed.
> 
> Is this as relevant and as complex as to become a GSoC project?

I don't think it's complex at all, it's only about reverting bug 44328. It was
only introduced because Wikidata translation administrators used to do
particularly stupid things which broke the HTML of all translation pages, and
they were loud enough; nobody likes the current situation, as far as I know, or
at least I've never heard anyone happy about it, but of course people happy
with changes tend to stay silent.
Definitely not suitable as GSoC project, but anyone interested might venture to
wikidata and check if the translation administrators there have learnt to
behave in the meanwhile or they'd still oppose the translation working as it
always did.

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