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This page provides information on Meta-Wiki translation administrators. Some expansion of the policy and technical implementation of some decisions are currently pending.
Translation administrators are users who have the technical ability to mark pages for translation using the page translation functionality that is part of the Translate extension. In addition to that, they are the only ones that can delete the translated pages created by the translation extension (however, also being a regular admin is necessary).
Meta administrators are able to add (and remove) themselves to the group if they are willing to help other users or need it and they know what to do (because they've read the documentation and if possible tested it — Meta is not a playground and translators are not toys). Additionally, any user can request it to local bureaucrats at Requests for adminship. Before you make a request for translation adminship, please practice the correct use of the translation syntax and include a sample edit to demonstrate your practical experience with the translation syntax in your request for translation adminship. Bureaucrats are also able to remove the right.
- Babylon — Main translation portal and noticeboard for translators and translation admins on Meta-Wiki, or for requesting missing translations.
- Translate extension guidelines — How to use the Translate extension on Meta-Wiki.
- Internationalization guidelines — Conventions of Meta-Wiki regarding the use of translation mark-up.
- Page translation general documentation — For translators (in MediaWiki).
- Page translation feature - extensive documentation — For translation administrators (in MediaWiki).
- Preparing a page for translation
Special landing pages on this wiki
- All open translations — Page with statistics per language, for all translators.
- Page translation, Aggregate groups — Pages for translation administrators' action.
- Rights attached to translation administrators
- List of translation administrators