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田凱,this article may not meet notability,please check it,thank you!--Aoke1989会话) 2018年7月11日 (水) 14:36 (UTC)


Sadly a fire decimated the National Museum of Brazil in Rio de Janeiro. The Portuguese Wikipedia community therefore started a campaign for people who have visited the museum to submit photographs of the collection to the Wikimedia Commons.

The original site notice is here: pt:Wikipédia:Comunicado_sobre_o_Museu_Nacional. I created an English translation here: pt:Wikipédia:Comunicado_sobre_o_Museu_Nacional/en.

I am aware Sao Paulo has a large Japanese community, and Rio de Janeiro and Manaus also have some Japanese expatriates. If anyone is interested, please create a Japanese translation at pt:Wikipédia:Comunicado_sobre_o_Museu_Nacional/ja. Thank you! WhisperToMe会話) 2018年9月6日 (木) 09:13 (UTC)

Help with a project

I am initiating ​​a project to record the name of my language in all the languages ​​present in Wikipedia. First, I encourage you to create / improve the article on the Asturian language and, on the other hand, to help me in my project I would need a man and a woman to record how it is said in your language: Asturian . Thanks in advance. - Vsuarezp会話) 2018年11月15日 (木) 21:03 (UTC)

Wikimedia Sustainability Initiative

Hi all. Please help us to translate Sustainability Initiative on meta in your language and add your name to the list of supporters to show your commitment to environment protection. Let's spread the word! Kind regards, --Daniele Pugliesi会話) 2018年11月28日 (水) 16:50 (UTC)

I added the translation in Japanese. --

Hello, I'm from the English language Wikipedia. As my Japanese is poor, I'm asking here. Do we have a form of Twinkle here? I fight vandalism and I wonder if we have it here. Felicia777会話) 2019年3月13日 (水) 00:42 (UTC)


Hello! We noticed on Wikidata that you have two articles about “flash fiction”: ショートショート and フラッシュフィクション. Could you please check them and tell us what are the differences? Thanks in advance! Bencemac会話) 2019年4月14日 (日) 13:53 (UTC)

Could somebody take a look? Bencemac会話) 2019年5月19日 (日) 08:13 (UTC)
@Bencemac: Sorry for late response. フラッシュフィクション is the direct transpriction to katakana character of "flash fiction". ショートショート means "short short story" and it is still more popular name in Japan.--Jishinni (talk) 2019年5月24日 (金) 13:56 (UTC)
@Jishinni: So if I understand correctly, these articles are about two different subjects, aren't they? If yes, we do not have to merge them and my question is answered. Bencemac会話) 2019年5月24日 (金) 14:25 (UTC)
@Bencemac: I think we do not distinguish them exactly and the difference is vague in Japanese, so I am not sure they are different subjects. Perhaps we should merge フラッシュフィクション with ショートショート in Japanese Wikipedia because フラッシュフィクション is a substub. Sorry for unclear answer. --Jishinni (talk) 2019年5月24日 (金) 14:55 (UTC)
Thanks for your answer! Merge them if you think that necessary. Regards,

I want to give my opinion (but I can't because I don't know much Japanese, and when I tried to edit it was reverted back...) about the articles about Emperor Akihito (上皇明仁) and Prince Hisahito (悠仁親王), because there are a very long family tree that is not necessary in my opinion (上皇明仁#オルターナティブ形式悠仁親王#familytree形式). The reason is simple - it's from 皇室の系図一覧#familytree形式 and not everyone is interested about it; plus, why would we need it if 徳仁, 秋篠宮文仁親王 or any other emperors don't even include the family tree? - George6VI会話) 2019年6月6日 (木) 09:50 (UTC)

Please consider updating a link on the front page

I just wandering around in different editions of Wikipedias. I found this broken link [[1]] by the following text "ご理解・ご協力". Please conciser changing it. Thank you very much. Worra Mait Kosit会話) 2019年6月10日 (月) 07:14 (UTC)

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