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--- Comment #4 from Tilman Bayer <> ---
(In reply to Nemo from comment #2)
> (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.

Yes, reverting bug 44328 sounds like a great idea. I hear the WMF Legal team is
 observing related problems with their current multilingual community
consultations on Meta, which this might mitigate.

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