--- Comment #2 from Jean-Fred <jeanfrederic.w...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Tisza Gergő from comment #1)
> We never display any other icons than the CC logo, but we do display the
> name of the license as plain text after the logo in some cases, you probably
> mean that.
Yes of course you’re right (seems I have an integrated CC icons adder in my
> CommonsMetadata reports the license (correctly) as cc-by-sa-3.0-ee. The
> current MultimediaViewer behavior is to look for the
> multimediaviewer-license-<licensename> message, then fall back to
> multimediaviewer-license-default; the message is only defined for the main
> license variants.
Oh, I see − as these messages are marked as optional I never noticed them in
Wouldn’t it make more sense to have these messages in Extension:Wikimedia
Creative Commons license texts & Extension:Wikimedia license texts though? (if
it is possible to leverage on those from MMV afterwards of course?)
> We should either cut off the national part before looking for a message, or
> not use a message at all, and just display the license name as-is. Is there
> any benefit to using messages here? Does it make sense to translate strings
> like "CC-BY-SA-3.0"? Maybe to non-latin alphabets?
It appears to make sense, for languages like [ja] or [fa].
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