Bonjour, n'étant pas occitan je ne parle pas cette langue. Pourtant il me faudrait, peut-être afin de l'inclure dans la toponymie de l'île du Levant en vue d'un éventuel label AdQ, connaitre la signification cette phrase de 1501 :
« ... aquest vendres matin son intradas dos fustas en las illas et sy sonmessas al Titol.... »
où il est peut-être question de l'« île du Titan » - Titol étant une dénomination occitane - nom porté autrefois par l'île du Levant, l'une des îles d'hyères. En vous remerciant de me donner cette traduction. Cordialement [[Utilizaire:|6PO]] (d) 31 decembre de 2017 a 19.04 (UTC)
Bonjour, c'est du vieil occitan qui veut probablement dire : « Ce vendredi matin, deux barques sont entrées dans les îles et se sont mises au Titol ».
La difficulté de traduction est « fusta » qui veut aujourd'hui dire « bois » ou « charpente ». Néanmoins, selon le Trésor du Félibrige (« Fusto » ), au XIVème siècle, il pouvait aussi signifier « embarcation » et était une variante de « barque ». Pour la traduction, je pense ce terme préférable car il revient plus souvent dans les archives que le terme « embarcation ». Attention toutefois, à l'époque, la « barque » est une navire d'une certaine taille capable de naviguer des distances assez longues voire de traverser la mer. --Nicolas Eynaud (d) 1 genièr de 2018 a 10.11 (UTC)
Bonjour, 6PO (conoissi pas leis acòrchas aicí per notificar quauquun...) J'ai l'impression que Titol ne désigne pas l'Île du Titan mais probablement un acte administratif (un "titre", en fait), type redevance, contrôle portuaire, etc... Matieu Sokolovic (d) 12 genièr de 2018 a 09.08 (UTC)
Hola. Entre el 1 y el 28 de febrero tiene lugar la iniciativa Intercultur, consistente en traducir artículos sobre distintos aspectos culturales entre diez de las lenguas de la península ibérica que cuentan con su propia versión de Wikipedia. Los artículos sugeridos se pueden encontrar aquí. Más información, así como las normas, en su página principal en Meta. Un cordial saludo. --Rubén Ojeda (WMES) (d) 5 febrièr de 2018 a 16.07 (UTC)
Wikipedia:Galicia 15 - 15 Challenge is a public writing competition which will improve improve and translate this list of 15 really important articles into as many languages as possible. Everybody can help in any language to collaborate on writing and/or translating articles related to Galicia. To participate you just need to sign up here. Thank you very much.--Breogan2008 (d) 12 març de 2018 a 14.26 (UTC)
I apologise that this invitation is in English; feel free to translate into your own language!
I would like to invite you to the second Wikipedia language conference focusing on supporting Celtic and other small and Indigenous Languages. This year 'Celtic Knot' will be at held on the 5th and 6th of July at the National Library of Wales in Wales' most famous seaside resort of Aberystwyth.
For more information on how you could be part of this great event, pop over to our website where you can also contact Jason Evans, our National Wikimedian and conference organiser. We have many speakers who will talk about what works for them, how we can learn from each other... small is beautiful...
Time to bring embedded maps (‘mapframe’) to most Wikipedias
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Mapframe is a feature that enables users to easily display interactive maps right on wiki pages. Currently, most Wikipedias don’t have mapframe. But fifteen Wikipedias, along with all the other Wikimedia projects, are using mapframe today to display maps on thousands of pages.
A little background: over the last few months, the Foundation’s Collaboration team has been working to improve the stability and user experience of the maps service. In addition, a question about long-term support for the maps service was recently settled, and a small team has been assigned for routine maintenance. Given these developments, bringing the benefits of mapframe to Wikipedias that lack the feature seems both safe and supportable. Nine Wikipedias that use a stricter version of Flagged Revisions will not get mapframe in this release.
Maps are a valuable form of visual data that can improve readers’ understanding across a wide range of topics. If you know of any reasons why mapframe shouldn’t be implemented on your Wikipedia, let us know on the project talk page. Unless we hear from you, we plan to release mapframe to most Wikipedias in May, 2018. So, if you foresee an issue, please let us hear from you. Otherwise, happy mapping!
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Hi everyone. The Readers web team has recently begun working on exposing issue templates on the mobile website. Currently, details about issues with page content are generally hidden on the mobile website. This leaves readers unaware of the reliability of the pages they are reading. The goal of this project is to improve awareness of particular issues within an article on the mobile web. We will do this by changing the visual styling of page issues.
The new treatment increases awareness of page issues among participants. This is true particularly when they are in a more evaluative/critical mode.
Page issues make sense to readers and they understand how they work
Readers care about page issues and consider them important
Readers had overwhelmingly positive sentiments towards Wikipedia associated with learning about page issues
Our next step would be to start implementing these changes. We wanted to reach out to you for any concerns, thoughts, and suggestions you might have before beginning development. Please visit the project page where we have more information and mockups of how this may look. Please leave feedback on the talk page.
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To improve the security of our readers and editors, permission handling for CSS/JS pages has changed. (These are pages like MediaWiki:Common.css and MediaWiki:Vector.js which contain code that is executed in the browsers of users of the site.)
A new user group, interface-admin, has been created.
Starting four weeks from now, only members of this group will be able edit CSS/JS pages that they do not own (that is, any page ending with .css or .js that is either in the MediaWiki: namespace or is another user's user subpage).
You can learn more about the motivation behind the change here.
Please add users who need to edit CSS/JS to the new group (this can be done the same way new administrators are added, by stewards or local bureaucrats).
This is a dangerous permission; a malicious user or a hacker taking over the account of a careless interface-admin can abuse it in far worse ways than admin permissions could be abused. Please only assign it to users who need it, who are trusted by the community, and who follow common basic password and computer security practices (use strong passwords, do not reuse passwords, use two-factor authentication if possible, do not install software of questionable origin on your machine, use antivirus software if that's a standard thing in your environment).
The team working on TemplateStyles at the Wikimedia Foundation would like to enable TemplateStyles on this wiki.
TemplateStyles is a feature to allow non-administrators to write and manage CSS styles for templates. It allows contributors who edit templates to separate content and presentation. A good web practice that makes it easier to manage the layout of templates. If you don't edit templates, this will not have any impact on your contributions.
TemplateStyles is useful for a few reasons.
It makes it possible for templates to work better on mobile.
It cuts out confusion on where to apply CSS rules.
Editing CSS is currently limited to administrators, which is a major barrier to participation.
All stylesheets must be loaded on all pages (whether they actually use the page or not), which wastes bandwidth and makes debugging style rules more difficult.
This is an optional feature and no one must use it, but template contributors are encouraged to do so! Please discuss and let us know if there are any concerns. If there are no concerns we will proceed to deploy the feature on the 9th of August.
Editing of sitewide CSS/JS is only possible for interface administrators from now[modificar la font]
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as announced previously, permission handling for CSS/JS pages has changed: only members of the interface-admin (Administradors de la interfície) group, and a few highly privileged global groups such as stewards, can edit CSS/JS pages that they do not own (that is, any page ending with .css or .js that is either in the MediaWiki: namespace or is another user's user subpage). This is done to improve the security of readers and editors of Wikimedia projects. More information is available at Creation of separate user group for editing sitewide CSS/JS. If you encounter any unexpected problems, please contact me or file a bug.
The Wikimedia Foundation will be testing its secondary data centre. This will make sure that Wikipedia and the other Wikimedia wikis can stay online even after a disaster. To make sure everything is working, the Wikimedia Technology department needs to do a planned test. This test will show if they can reliably switch from one data centre to the other. It requires many teams to prepare for the test and to be available to fix any unexpected problems.
They will switch all traffic to the secondary data center on Wednesday, 12 September 2018.
On Wednesday, 10 October 2018, they will switch back to the primary data center.
Unfortunately, because of some limitations in MediaWiki, all editing must stop when we switch. We apologize for this disruption, and we are working to minimize it in the future.
You will be able to read, but not edit, all wikis for a short period of time.
You will not be able to edit for up to an hour on Wednesday, 12 September and Wednesday, 10 October. The test will start at 14:00 UTC (15:00 BST, 16:00 CEST, 10:00 EDT, 07:00 PDT, 23:00 JST, and in New Zealand at 02:00 NZST on Thursday 13 September and Thursday 11 October).
If you try to edit or save during these times, you will see an error message. We hope that no edits will be lost during these minutes, but we can't guarantee it. If you see the error message, then please wait until everything is back to normal. Then you should be able to save your edit. But, we recommend that you make a copy of your changes first, just in case.
Background jobs will be slower and some may be dropped. Red links might not be updated as quickly as normal. If you create an article that is already linked somewhere else, the link will stay red longer than usual. Some long-running scripts will have to be stopped.
There will be code freezes for the weeks of 10 September 2018 and 8 October 2018. Non-essential code deployments will not happen.
↑Philippe Rigaud, « Notes sur quelques toponymes de la rade et des îles d’Hyères », Travaux scientifiques du parc national de Port-Cros, Hyères, Parc national de Port-Cros, no 12, , p. 101 (ISSN0241-8231).