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Hi! I'm new here but I don't speak this language. How can I help here? Putting interwikis, photos, categories... Just tell me qwhat do you need. Let's get this wikipedia up!!!
- Sorry, I forgot signed. --Jeneme 11:41, 30 Bini'ant'ą́ą́tsoh 2007 (UTC)
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>It saddens me to think that I may have hindered the efforts of anybody to improve or build the Navajo Wikipedia but I am glad to see that things seem to be good here now.
- I really doubt that anything you did had the effect of hindering efforts to improve or build the Navajo Wikipedia. Granted there were some mistranslations, but considering the difficulty of the Navajo language and the fact that most terms for these things have not been developed yet, it is only to be expected. I’m sure it took a lot of effort to go through the steps to get the Wikipedia started, and if you hadn’t done it in 2004, it probably would be much more difficult today. I think they now require new Wikipedias to go through an incubator, which seems to be a lot more trouble for anyone who might want to contribute.
- So we’re thankful that you got it done when you did, because that has made it easier for us to do what we’ve done this past year. The problem as I see it is the changes in policies and procedures at Wikimedia. When you were doing your work on the Navajo Wikipedia, things were lax and liberal, but I guess they must have had some problems with some of the new start-ups and the rules and policies today are stricter and more difficult to navigate.
- In particular, there were a few mistranslations of some common terms that we would like to redo, and we think these few changes would be an important improvement, but under new policies they don’t want to implement our translations until a certain larger percentage of all of the translation work has been finished. As you yourself know, it is really difficult to translate all of these computer and internet terms into Navajo, and the small percentage that we have completed is about all we feel we can manage for the moment. At Wikimedia they deem the percentage to be too small and won’t implement our changes. Apparently Seb complained about them not making our changes, so they revoked his translator privileges. It’s a mess, but it has nothing to do with all the work you did before. I’m sure what you did has only made it easier for us to do as much as we have done. —Stephen 17:53, 4 Níłchʼitsoh 2009 (UTC)
- Agree with this. You planted a seed, it took a long time to incubate, but slowly seems to start growing. I am quite certain that you were unable to foresee these policy-changes, and the rant-snippets you picked up from our talkpages were actually directed more at wikimedia than against you. Tʼáá átʼé nizhóní. Choyoołʼįįhí:Seb az86556 19:29, 4 Níłchʼitsoh 2009 (UTC)
- I thank you. I hesitated for about 5 minutes, but I think being somewhat of a hard-ass on this is needed. Choyoołʼįįhí:Seb az86556 > haneʼ 09:42, 18 Níłchʼitsʼósí 2010 (UTC)
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