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Translatable message strings for the Wikimedia Resource Center editor gadget and Lua module.

Please do not re-arrange these sections. Add new sections to the bottom only.

Also, please do not use tvar, as there are compatibility issues between tvar and the Wikimedia Resource Center Lua module.

Categories[edytuj]

  • <translate> Contact and Questions</translate>
  • <translate> Skills Development</translate>
  • <translate> Grants Support</translate>
  • <translate> Programs Support</translate>
  • <translate> Software Basics</translate>
  • <translate> Software Development</translate>
  • <translate> Technical Infrastructure</translate>
  • <translate> Global Reach Partnerships</translate>
  • <translate> Legal</translate>
  • <translate> Communications</translate>

Audiences[edytuj]

  • <translate> For program coordinators</translate>
  • <translate> For contributors</translate>
  • <translate> For developers</translate>
  • <translate> For affiliate organizers</translate>

Editor window[edytuj]

  • <translate> Add new resource</translate>
  • <translate> Edit entry</translate>
  • <translate> Save</translate>
  • <translate> Cancel</translate>
  • <translate> Remove entry</translate>
  • <translate> Are you sure you want to remove this entry? Doing so will remove it from the entire Wikimedia Resource Center.</translate>
  • <translate> Header</translate>
  • <translate> Treat this as a wiki link, e.g. Label</translate>
  • <translate> Description</translate>
  • <translate> Briefly describe the resource. You can use wiki markup.</translate>
  • <translate> Contact</translate>
  • <translate> You can link to people's user pages. Do not add people without their permission.</translate>
  • <translate> Related pages</translate>
  • <translate> You can add wiki links here, e.g. Label</translate>
  • <translate> Category</translate>
  • <translate> Audiences</translate>
  • <translate> This resource originates from the Wikimedia Foundation</translate>
  • <translate> Edit failed to save.</translate>
  • <translate> Fields marked with * are required</translate>

Content[edytuj]

  • <translate> Threats of harm (emergency system)</translate>
  • <translate> Learn how to address threats of physical harm to people or property on the Wikimedia projects.</translate>
  • <translate> Mental Health Resources</translate>
  • <translate> Affiliations Committee</translate>
  • <translate> Learn about resources available to Wikimedia affiliates, including chapters, user groups, and thematic organizations.</translate>
  • <translate> Kirill Lokshin</translate>
  • <translate> Learning and Evaluation Portal</translate>
  • <translate> What is program evaluation? How can it help you understand the impact you have through programmatic activities? Find resources to learn the basics of evaluation, create a logic model and other tools to plan and evaluate your next program.</translate>
  • <translate> Jaime Anstee and Maria Cruz</translate>
  • <translate> Learning patterns</translate>
  • <translate> If you learned something new implementing a Wikimedia program or running an activity, capture this on a learning pattern and share it with the movement. Alternatively, if you are about to start a new project or activity, find advice, tools and ideas on how to troubleshoot through some of the most common problems.</translate>
  • <translate> María Cruz</translate>
  • <translate> Reporting and Storytelling</translate>
  • <translate> If you are a program or project leader, and struggle to get your story across in reporting, this is your chance to learn a few tricks and resources to build a narrative. Through some key strategies you can improve the way you share about your efforts, the impact of the work in advancing the movement, and how others might benefit from your experience.</translate>
  • <translate> María Cruz</translate>
  • <translate> Surveys and Program Tools</translate>
  • <translate> Surveys help you take the pulse of your local community and evaluate different ways in which your programmatic activities are having an impact in your local community. Find resources and direct support to create your own survey, as well as tools that can help you run your program.</translate>
  • <translate> Edward Galvez</translate>
  • <translate> IdeaLab</translate>
  • <translate> IdeaLab is an incubator for people to share ideas to improve Wikimedia projects and to collaboratively develop them into plans and grant proposals.</translate>
  • <translate> Chris Schilling</translate>
  • <translate> Community Capacity Development</translate>
  • <translate> Community Capacity Development is an initiative that aims at identifying needs and ways to build capacity in different Wikimedia communities, and then initiating specific actions to build specific capacities in specific interested communities.</translate>
  • <translate> Asaf Bartov</translate>
  • <translate> Grants for Individuals</translate>
  • <translate> Wikimedians can apply for travel and participation support, rapid project grants, and biannual project grants.</translate>
  • <translate> Alex Wang, Marti Johnson, Kacie Harold</translate>
  • <translate> Grants for Organizations</translate>
  • <translate> Wikimedia organizations can apply to rapid project grants, quarterly project grants, conference and events grants, simple annual plan grants and FDC annual plan grants.</translate>
  • <translate> Alex Wang, Marti Johnson, Kacie Harold, Ellie Young, Winifred Olliff, Delphine Ménard</translate>
  • <translate> Grants Impact Reports</translate>
  • <translate> How are grant programs working towards our shared vision? What impact are they having? In this section, you will find aggregate impact reports that look into each grant program, explaining what they achieve overall.</translate>
  • <translate> Sati Houston</translate>
  • <translate> Wikipedia Education Program on Outreach Wiki</translate>
  • <translate> Education initiatives seek to bring educational institutions to the Wikimedia projects. In this portal, you will find shared learning from program leaders all over the world, resources to start a new program, and case studies of successful programs.</translate>
  • <translate> Tighe Flanagan, Vahid Masrour, Nichole Saad</translate>
  • <translate> The Wikipedia Library</translate>
  • <translate> The Wikipedia Library helps editors access reliable sources to improve Wikipedia. It also helps knowledge professionals share their collections with the public.</translate>
  • <translate> Jake Orlowitz</translate>
  • <translate> GLAM Initiatives</translate>
  • <translate> Here you will find resources to partner with Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums, and bring their communities to the Wikimedia projects.</translate>
  • <translate> Alex Stinson</translate>
  • <translate> How to report a bug on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> Is something not working as it should? You can do something about it by submitting a bug report.</translate>
  • <translate> How to become a MediaWiki hacker on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> An article written to help developers contribute to MediaWiki core and MediaWiki extension development.</translate>
  • <translate> Introduction to Translation</translate>
  • <translate> Do you want to help translate our software or documentation? Can you help improve incorrect or untranslated items on buttons or in other parts of the user interface on a wiki? Do you want to translate announcements and help pages For contributors and other contributors?</translate>
  • <translate> Cloud Services Introduction on Wikitech</translate>
  • <translate> Do you need a place to host a tool or bot that helps users maintain and use Wikimedia wikis? Do you want access to and replicas of Wikimedia databases?</translate>
  • <translate> Bryan Davis</translate>
  • <translate> Getting Started on Toolforge</translate>
  • <translate> Toolforge on Wikitech</translate>
  • <translate> Toolforge (formerly Tool Labs) is a platform for volunteers to easily run web services, bots, and other applications. The community-developed web applications are all listed at tools.wmflabs.org.</translate>
  • <translate> VisualEditor Feedback on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> Do you have questions about the visual editor? Do you want to report a bug or share an idea about how to improve it?</translate>
  • <translate> Checklist for VisualEditor as the main editor on your wikiVisualEditor Community Taskforce</translate>
  • <translate> Feedback page for Notifications on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> Do you have questions about Notifications or "Echo"?</translate>
  • <translate> Feedback page for Flow on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> Do you have questions about Flow, the threaded discussion and workflow tool?</translate>
  • <translate> More information about Flow</translate>
  • <translate> Beta Features on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> Test new software features on Wikimedia sites.</translate>
  • <translate> Beta features currently available</translate>
  • <translate> Technical Collaboration Guidance on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> The TCG establishes best practices for inviting community involvement in the product development and deployment cycle.</translate>
  • <translate> Keegan Peterzell</translate>
  • <translate> Community Wishlist Survey</translate>
  • <translate> A survey for Wikimedia contributors to submit the fixes and improvements they would like to see in the Wikimedia platforms.</translate>
  • <translate> Johan Jönsson</translate>
  • <translate> CREDIT showcase on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> A monthly video-meeting hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation to demo things like new wiki gadgets, 10% time projects, and works in progress. Anyone can participate.</translate>
  • <translate> Rachel Farrand</translate>
  • <translate> Hackathons on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> Wikimedia hackathons play an important role energizing our engineering community and connecting it to local groups. We need more of them in different places.</translate>
  • <translate> Rachel Farrand</translate>
  • <translate> Middle East and Africa</translate>
  • <translate> Learn about the Global Reach Team's work in the Middle East and Africa</translate>
  • <translate> Jack Rabah</translate>
  • <translate> Asia and Eastern Europe</translate>
  • <translate> Learn about the Global Reach Team's work in Asia and Eastern Europe</translate>
  • <translate> Latin America and the Caribbean</translate>
  • <translate> Learn about the Global Reach Team's work in Latin America and the Caribbean</translate>
  • <translate> Jorge Vargas</translate>
  • <translate> Product Research</translate>
  • <translate> Learn about the product development work of the Global Reach Team</translate>
  • <translate> Dan Foy</translate>
  • <translate> Trademark policy</translate>
  • <translate> Summary of situations when you are and are not allowed to use the Wikimedia trademarks.</translate>
  • <translate> Email addresses</translate>
  • <translate> Points of contact for various legal matters relating to the Wikimedia projects</translate>
  • <translate> Non-free content</translate>
  • <translate> Learn about the particulars of using copyrighted, non-free ("fair use") content on Wikimedia projects</translate>
  • <translate> Governance</translate>
  • <translate> Legal policies and procedures of the Wikimedia Foundation</translate>
  • <translate> Wikimedia Foundation Transparency Report</translate>
  • <translate> Biannual disclosure of requests and orders the Wikimedia Foundation receives from courts and law enforcement agencies</translate>
  • <translate> Public policy</translate>
  • <translate> Learn about how public policy affects the Wikimedia projects and how you can get involved</translate>
  • <translate> Legal Fees Assistance Program</translate>
  • <translate> The Legal Fees Assistance Program is a Wikimedia Foundation program established to help secure funds for legal assistance in appropriate cases for Wikimedia users who serve in a project governance role.</translate>
  • <translate> Storytelling and messaging</translate>
  • <translate> How to best communicate our mission? What are best practices in intercultural communications? Find resources to create good stories here.</translate>
  • <translate> Victor Grigas</translate>
  • <translate> Press</translate>
  • <translate> Find resources to better understand how to respond to journalists, pitch a story, and how to handle press in general.</translate>
  • <translate> Samantha Lien</translate>
  • <translate> Design and Branding</translate>
  • <translate> Learn what are basic guidelines with the Wikimedia brands, find design guidelines and other guides on communication-related topics.</translate>
  • <translate> Heather Walls, Zachary McCune</translate>
  • <translate> Blog and Social Media</translate>
  • <translate> Find resources to create a digital communications strategy, that integrates blog and social media networks.</translate>
  • <translate> Ed Erhart, Aubrie Johnson</translate>
  • <translate> Audience Research</translate>
  • <translate> Learn how to do audience research, what you can learn from it, and find templates that you can use for your own research.</translate>
  • <translate> Melody Kramer</translate>
  • <translate> Capacity Building</translate>
  • <translate> Learn the basics on how to create a communications strategy to achieve your goals.</translate>
  • <translate> Greg Varnum</translate>
  • <translate> Communications committee</translate>
  • <translate> Learn about the communications committee, and how it supports communications efforts across the Wikimedia movement.</translate>
  • <translate> Greg Varnum</translate>
  • <translate> Communications portal</translate>
  • <translate> Consultations Calendar</translate>
  • <translate> The Consultations Calendar is a public platform to keep track of upcoming and ongoing consultations that teams at the Wikimedia Foundation hold with communities.</translate>
  • <translate> Wikimedia Community News</translate>
  • <translate> News from across the Wikimedia movement, updated by the community.</translate>
  • <translate> Inspire Campaigns</translate>
  • <translate> Inspire Campaigns are month-long events to focus collaborative efforts on some of the most pressing challenges of the Wikimedia movement. Each campaign focuses on a unique theme and participation is open to everyone.</translate>
  • <translate> Chris Schilling</translate>
  • <translate> Friendly space policies</translate>
  • <translate> Guidance on maintaining a friendly and safe atmosphere at events.</translate>
  • <translate> Frequently asked questions – Business</translate>
  • <translate> Information about business matters related to Wikipedia and the Wikimedia projects.</translate>
  • <translate> Frequently asked questions – Wikimedia Foundation</translate>
  • <translate> Learn more about the Wikimedia Foundation, the nonprofit that runs Wikipedia.</translate>
  • <translate> Frequently asked questions – Content</translate>
  • <translate> For questions you may have about the content on Wikimedia sites.</translate>
  • <translate> Frequently asked questions – Participation</translate>
  • <translate> Learn more about participating on the Wikimedia projects.</translate>
  • <translate> Frequently asked questions – Research</translate>
  • <translate> Learn more about how to conduct research on the Wikimedia projects, including surveys, interviews, and data analysis.</translate>
  • <translate> Survey Support Desk</translate>
  • <translate> Get help with developing and implementing surveys</translate>
  • <translate> Training modules</translate>
  • <translate> Develop better skills and learn best practices for dealing with behavioral problems, both online and at events.</translate>
  • <translate> Joe Sutherland</translate>
  • <translate> Training modules (on Meta)</translate>
  • <translate> Wikilegal</translate>
  • <translate> A portal for legal issues affecting the Wikimedia community</translate>
  • <translate> Developer hub on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> A landing page listing documentation for experienced MediaWiki developers</translate>
  • <translate> Evaluation reports</translate>
  • <translate> In the program reports, you will find aggregate data on standard Wikimedia programs from 2014 and 2015, and how to use this data.</translate>
  • <translate> Program Toolkits</translate>
  • <translate> The program toolkits condense a series of lessons on how to start, run and evaluate your program.</translate>
  • <translate> Tech News</translate>
  • <translate> The Tech News weekly summaries help you monitor recent software changes likely to impact you and your fellow Wikimedians.</translate>
  • <translate> Johan Jönsson</translate>
  • <translate> Subscribe</translate>
  • <translate> VisualEditor Newsletter</translate>
  • <translate> Follow changes, bugs and requests for this special feature.</translate>
  • <translate> Subscribe</translate>
  • <translate> Discovery Team Weekly Updates on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> Discovery is working on many different projects. These weekly summaries are an attempt to keep interested people up-to-date on what the department is currently working on. Weekly summaries are posted to this page and on the Discovery mailing list every Friday.</translate>
  • <translate> Research portal</translate>
  • <translate> The home of Wikimedia Research. Read up on the latest research, browse Wikimedia data sources, and browse archives of past work.</translate>
  • <translate> Hay's Tools Directory</translate>
  • <translate> A directory of useful Wikimedia-related tools, including tools for metrics and working more efficiently.</translate>
  • <translate> Program resources: Edit-a-thons</translate>
  • <translate> This page, maintained by the Learning and Evaluation team, provides sample program metrics and additional resources for edit-a-thons and editing workshops.</translate>
  • <translate> Program resources</translate>
  • <translate> Program toolkits: writing and editing contests</translate>
  • <translate> Find tools and share advice on how to start and improve writing and editing contests.</translate>
  • <translate> Program toolkits: photo contests</translate>
  • <translate> Contests are about so much more than creating content! Find tools and share advice on how to start and improve photo contests and events.</translate>
  • <translate> Program toolkits: Education</translate>
  • <translate> Wikimedians and educators have taught students around the world to contribute to Wikimedia projects. This toolkit contains resources they have tested and refined over the last ten years. </translate>
  • <translate> Program resources: GLAM</translate>
  • <translate> This page provides sample program metrics and additional resources for GLAM projects.</translate>
  • <translate> Program resources: conferences</translate>
  • <translate> This page provides guidelines, sample program metrics and additional resources for planning conferences.</translate>
  • <translate> Plan your program metrics</translate>
  • <translate> A treasure trove of measures of success for anyone involved in the Wikimedia movement who wants to evaluate their programs.</translate>
  • <translate> Learning Quarterly</translate>
  • <translate> The quarterly newsletter of the Learning and Evaluation team.</translate>
  • <translate> María Cruz</translate>
  • <translate> Learning and Evaluation News and Events</translate>
  • <translate> GLAM Newsletter</translate>
  • <translate> Get updates on the latest outreach with galleries, libraries, archives, and museums</translate>
  • <translate> This Month in Education</translate>
  • <translate> The monthly newsletter of the Wikipedia Education Program.</translate>
  • <translate> Tools for programs</translate>
  • <translate> A spreadsheet linking to tools that can be used in implementing and evaluating programs.</translate>
  • <translate> Getting access to Cloud Services on Wikitech</translate>
  • <translate> This page explains how to gain access to this wiki and thereafter access Wikimedia Cloud VPS instances.</translate>
  • <translate> New Developers on MediaWiki.org</translate>
  • <translate> Choose a Wikimedia software project and let mentors help you with your first technical contributions to it.</translate>
  • <translate> Using photos from Wikimedia Commons</translate>
  • <translate> A simplified guide for reusing images from Wikimedia Commons</translate>
  • <translate> John Cummings</translate>
  • <translate> Overview of Wikimedia projects for partner organisations</translate>
  • <translate> This page provides an overview of Wikimedia and outlines areas of potential collaboration between UN agencies and Wikimedia with examples, the overview is useful for many different kinds of partner organisation.</translate>
  • <translate> John Cummings</translate>
  • <translate> Page design and formatting</translate>
  • <translate> This page is to collect examples of visually appealing page layouts with examples, ready to use blanks and links to related documentation and other useful resources.</translate>
  • <translate> John Cummings</translate>
  • <translate> Resources for volunteer support</translate>
  • <translate> These resources were created and compiled by the Volunteer Supporters Network for community support in the Wikimedia movement. </translate>
  • <translate> Connect/Volunteer_supporters_network</translate>
  • <translate> Extracting graphics from open license publications</translate>
  • <translate>
    Noun Project image icon 212472 cc.svg

    This guide provides information on how to extract vector graphics from compatible license publications in pdf

    </translate>
  • <translate> User:John Cummings</translate>

Badge[edytuj]

New individual editor window[edytuj]

  • <translate> Add new individual</translate>
  • <translate> Your wiki username without "User:"</translate>
  • <translate> Write about yourself, markup supported</translate>
  • <translate> Picture of yourself without "File:"</translate>
  • <translate> Username</translate>
  • <translate> Brief description about yourself</translate>
  • <translate> Icon</translate>
  • <translate> Adding new individual </translate>
  • <translate> Failed adding new individual</translate>
  • <translate> Skills and experience I can share</translate>
  • <translate> Select the skills & experiences you can share (max of 2)</translate>
  • <translate> Program design skills</translate>
  • <translate> Program evaluation skills</translate>
  • <translate> Program planning skills</translate>
  • <translate> Program management skills</translate>
  • <translate> Storytelling skills</translate>
  • <translate> Press relations experience</translate>
  • <translate> Annual planning skills</translate>
  • <translate> Survey skills</translate>
  • <translate> Fundraising skills</translate>
  • <translate> Financial skills</translate>
  • <translate> Affiliate collaboration skills</translate>
  • <translate> Event organization and planning skills</translate>
  • <translate> Event program design skills</translate>
  • <translate> Facilitation skills</translate>
  • <translate> Online governance experience</translate>
  • <translate> New affiliate proposal experience</translate>
  • <translate> Added you to category: </translate>
  • <translate> Added you to categories: </translate>
  • <translate> User:</translate>
  • <translate> Failed adding new category to your userpage</translate>
  • <translate> Adding new individual: </translate>

New group editor window[edytuj]

  • <translate> Add new group</translate>
  • <translate> Group name</translate>
  • <translate> Your group name</translate>
  • <translate> Description of your group</translate>
  • <translate> Brief description of the group, markup supported</translate>
  • <translate> Group Icon</translate>
  • <translate> An icon that depicts or describes the group</translate>
  • <translate> Adding new group: </translate>
  • <translate> Failed adding new group to Connect</translate>
  • <translate> Facebook</translate>
  • <translate> Provide the link to the group's Facebook page (if any)</translate>
  • <translate> Twitter</translate>
  • <translate> The group's Twitter account link here (if any)</translate>
  • <translate> Youtube</translate>
  • <translate> Link to the groups YouTube channel (if any)</translate>