For Belgium I would like to know something different. Belgium doesn't have
a primary language, but have Dutch, French, German and English. All these
Wikipedia have other countries with a larger population where they speak
the various languages. What would be interesting for us is to know what
subjects are visited most in Belgium. This would be interesting per
language, but also the languages combined (through interwiki


2015-02-04 19:01 GMT+01:00 Federico Leva (Nemo) <>:

> charles andrès (WMCH), 04/02/2015 14:25:
>> Is there a way to know how many people use Wikipedia per interface
>> language?
> No.
>  Said in other words, I want to know how many people display the Wikimedia
>> project interface in the different version of German and Alemannisch.
> Until is fixed (hopefully in
> this decade), the requests with non-default language are negligible.* What
> makes you think that you need such a level of precision and
> is not
> enough?
> Once the use case for such precise numbers is clarified, probably we can
> extract exact data with a method similar to https://phabricator.wikimedia.
> org/T65416 after it's fixed (hopefully this year; the bug has made
> localisation and new subdomain requests practically impossible or
> unfeasible in dozens languages, for many months now).
> Nemo
> (*) Even considering the sum of requests with uselang parameter** and of
> registered users with a non-default language choice in preferences.
> (**) Even in Commons, despite all the uselang-specific incoming links and
> the language selection gadget.
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