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Cheers, ixo  (talk or discussion)

--ixo 18:23, 12 February 2008 (EST)

Thanks

Thank you for the translateathon link ! Yamaplos 17:31, 30 May 2008 (EDT)

template edits

The protection on Template:OLPC has been temporarily dialed down to allow registered users to edit (no anon edits, sysop to move). I'll watch that page and if you would kindly ping my talk page when the edits are done, I'll dial it back up. Cjl 01:10, 10 June 2008 (EDT)

Template:Users also lowered to semi-protect for now. Will hold off on dialing back up, semi-protect (and watchlist) should protect these enough. Cjl 17:02, 13 June 2008 (EDT)
Yeah, I noticed from your edits that none of the translated versions were protected, that was obviously an oversight by whoever protected Template:OLPC in the first place, bots don't much care whether they deface lang-en pages or not. There doesn't seem to be any real urgency in dialling protection back to sysop-only, semi-protect is good enough for a good while. Thank you for doing the l10n work, as for using the sysop function to allow you to do that work, I see that as the reason that sysops get made in the first place, so thanks aren't really needed, but they are still nice to hear. I'd still love to figure out a single GoogleTrans-xx method (with auto-detect lang) sometime, maybe we'll have a chance to work together on that or something else that helps l10n. Regards. Cjl 17:40, 13 June 2008 (EDT)
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