You made an incorrect template!
RU/documentation/FAQ/Calc page does not exist!
RU/documentation/FAQ page does not exist!
Why did you decide that all the language areas are the exact mirror of each other? Why did you decide that all zones have the same URL?
--Санчо 14:03, 21 November 2010 (UTC)
That was no decision that was an assumption. I thought the xx/Documentation - Tree where translations from the english - Versions.
So it is best to keep the zones aligned to the english Tree.
--Wbast2 18:03, 21 November 2010 (UTC)
Yes, national zones included in the global project. But not a copy of the English page!
On what basis do you decide that all should copy the structure of English FAQ?
Your actions are incorrect. We will not modify the structure of their national zones. You have created links will lead to a nonexistent page.
--Санчо 19:37, 21 November 2010 (UTC)
See Help:Translating. I only followed the guideline there.
--Wbast2 23:29, 21 November 2010 (UTC)
I know this document. I translated it into Russian. On what basis do you decide that all the language areas are only a translation of English pages? Your actions are destroying the interaction of national zones wiki. Your actions are destructive.
You have only one document. You have not studied the existing rules for other language areas. You have not studied the current status of other language areas. You do not own situation.
Changed the template you can not provide the correct link national articles. It is not possible automation.
Please cancel all your changes in the template and articles.
--Санчо 07:33, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
I found the situation in the german Pages and thought it could be similar on other languages. In this languages there are 2 Trees: DE/Dokumentation(purly german FAQ) with own structure, and DE/Documentation the translated english FAQ. And in DE/Documentation you must go aligned with the english structure, to provide easy acces to different languages. If you decide this is not true for RU/documentation then provide a tree for the translation change this in the template and this conflict can be cooled down.
By the way, why are you - that - upset? The accuse of "destroying the interaction", "actions are destructive", "own the situation" and at last the order "cancel all your changes". Phew hard stuff. I don't want to discuss in that temper any longer. So please cool down. You can talk to me. So please stop accusing me to be "public enemy Nr. 1"
--Wbast2 12:37, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
Sorry for my english. I translate with Google. I am friendly to you.
Respecting your desire to make things better for everyone please take into account national circumstances.
I just want to say that the national zones can not be a mirror of English pages.
- At the national sections creates a lot of original content.
- National sections differ in structure.
- The URL of national divisions used non-English characters.
- Users from different countries have different priorities issues. Therefore, the FAQ lists are always different.
- Users speak different languages. For example, the English wording of the question is unacceptable for Russian users. So the URL is translated articles will be different.
- Users do not know English. So the URL in English for them means nothing.
All of this is the reason why the different structures of national bands.
Therefore, the linguistic links between the English original and the translation have to insert manually.
--Санчо 15:24, 22 November 2010 (UTC)