User talk:Jhattara

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Even though the link does not show, if you log in through that link, the thread will be showed. Is it good enough to restore that link? --Mod-Geek 15:42, 9 April 2010 (UTC)

change of pagina title

Hey,

I changed my pagina Title again, because my team name is commonly known as Red Star Brussels. In Belgium, team prefixes are often based on the origins of the team, but are not always referred to in common talk or writing. I prefer to keep the standard name thus. Also, i wouldn't want to go change all my other articles that are connected to it again...

I moved the page again (this time correctly) because that is the team's full name. Pages that link to Red Star Brussels still lead to the correct article, so no need to change them. --Jhattara 21:48, 15 April 2010 (UTC)

Big red button?

Your bot page mentions a "big red button", but such a button is not in evidence. --Mr_Wednesday 17:59, 16 April 2010 (UTC)

Good catch. I removed that sentence from the template. --Jhattara 07:38, 17 April 2010 (UTC)

Country data templates

Just curious what you're up to with all of these new templates? I assume it's part of a bigger plan. --Mr_Wednesday 19:11, 29 April 2010 (UTC)

Trying to reduce the number of active templates and make using and editing them a bit easier. With all those Country data templates formatted exactly the same way it's easy for me to put a bot if they need some editing, if the core template is in need of improvements. And if just the flag and flagicon (maybe others in the future) need fixing, I just need to edit them, instead of hundreds of templates. Instead of the current {{Flag/ALG}} and {{Flag/ALGn}} with these you can use {{Flagicon|Algeria}} or {{Flag|ALG}}. I have lots of ideas how to improve this wiki, this is just one I thought I could start doing by myself. --Jhattara 19:55, 29 April 2010 (UTC)

Regions in Turkey

That might be a good idea yea :). All the links are in the Template. ZF-Nightwish 17:55, 3 May 2010 (UTC)

Not that I know, I'm checking the countries one by one now. If they added 50 regions somewhere else I let you know. ZF-Nightwish 18:08, 3 May 2010 (UTC)

Club template

Template:Club A user changed and redicected this. Now it doesn't work properly. Can you revert the edits to the old version? Thanks Hellas220 07:47, 13 May 2010 (UTC)

Can you tell me the pages where it doesn't work properly. --Jhattara 08:54, 13 May 2010 (UTC)

Ferentillese

Hi, I created the page about my team. Can I do it or it's a problem? --Ichabod-Crane 10:05, 24 June 2010 (UTC)

Sure. I'll do some modifications there for administration reasons, unless another admin gets there before myself. --Jhattara 13:55, 24 June 2010 (UTC)
Ok, thank you very much --Ichabod-Crane 10:40, 25 June 2010 (UTC)

Suggestion: Translation

Not knowing where to place this one, I'll do it on a discussion page - and of all users listed as admin I just picked you. Bad luck :p Well... what I'm just after stumbling upon, is this: Google Translate extension for MediaWiki.

For instance (MediaWiki experienced know that: internationalization is a long process) and for user pages such as their clubs this would be a neat addon. Counterpart is the negative prestige Google has even among IT professionals (many of them still only are too thick to prevent being data-mined by just anyone).

I'm not affiliated with Google, and seriously: I prefer proper translation to some bot. But well... in the meantime... :) •  Lirion (Λιριων, Лирион, ليريون)  wtf? • 14:03, 18 July 2010 (UTC)

Google Translate at best creates confusion, at worst outright misunderstanding. So in short: If it's up to me Google Translate won't be used in here. --Jhattara 18:49, 19 July 2010 (UTC)

Loops?

Spontaneously I couldn't find something over here, be it mediawiki, help or templates...

Is this MediaWiki installation able to handle loops? Something like LoopFunctions? Loops would be deadly necessary for abstract templates being able to handle an arbitrary number of input variables; such as squad templates, match templates (goals, cards; all that differs). Additionally I found no template that flexible...

Sorry for bothering you on your discussion site, but I also miss portals here :) Or I've been just too thick to find them until now. •  Lirion (Λιριων, Лирион, ليريون)  wtf? • 13:03, 21 July 2010 (UTC)

I haven't looked into the loop templates. If you can give me examples that have been done using those, I could look into them. As for portals: feel free to make them yourself, if you feel like you're up for the task. --Jhattara 18:26, 21 July 2010 (UTC)
If "make them for myself" means just create them, I guess it's okay with me whenever I find the time. As for loops: take a look at User:Lirion/Sandbox/Squad. This is 32 times a bunch of code and excludes people who want more than 32 players, where one time would be enough adding two or three lines and would make this FLEXIBLE. Plus: changing code there is a heckload of fumbly work. In the long run this will save mentionable database space; meanwhile it will save us editors a LOT OF WORK. Take a look at the extension I linked before, it integrates fine (I already did this with MediaWiki 1.15). This will at least introduce for-loops to MediaWiki. If this now isn't enough said, ask a programmer; if it is enough, you are one yourself ;) •  Lirion (Λιριων, Лирион, ليريون)  wtf? • 23:18, 21 July 2010 (UTC)
PS: If I got you wrong now and there ARE loops already integrated, then ignore the above and please tell me where to find them :) •  Lirion (Λιριων, Лирион, ليريون)  wtf? • 23:19, 21 July 2010 (UTC)
P.P.S. Special:Version only lists ParserFunctions, and this does not include loops
Instead of using looping templates you can always use the model Header template:Line template:End template, like the Category:Infobox templates. But I'll look into those loops, when I get the time. And yeah, you can just create the portals if you feel like it. --Jhattara 23:55, 21 July 2010 (UTC)