Why are you changing the Afr Kategorie to the English version? Oesjaar (kontak) 11:16, 23 Mei 2020 (UTC)

Gemeente should be Munisipaliteit.Wysig

Gebruiker:Nadzik, see above. Regards! Oesjaar (kontak) 11:31, 29 Mei 2020 (UTC)

Oesjaar Thanks! There is a small difference between Dutch and Afrikaans, if I make any more mistakes, please let me know! Cheers! Nadzik (kontak) 11:34, 29 Mei 2020 (UTC)
Wil do! Oesjaar (kontak) 11:34, 29 Mei 2020 (UTC)

Gebruiker:Nadzik, please use the grammar style I've used in Belp. Your wording is not technically correct in Afrikaans. Regards! --  Aliwal2012 11:39, 29 Mei 2020 (UTC)

Nuwe sjablone | New templatesWysig

Please let me know if I can be of assistance. Voyageur (kontak) 20:56, 28 Junie 2020 (UTC)

Hi Voyageur! I would like to continue creating articles about the municipalities in Switzerland. I have knowledge and access to information that allow me to create a good quality stub with basic information. My Dutch is not great, my Afrikaans is even worse and I would not want to repeat the situation that has lately left Scots Wikipedia in shatters. Would you be able to create a template for me (like Frauenkappelen), where I could just put the information from the database I have access to? Current articles only have information about what district and kanton they are in, as well as how many people live there and how many speak German.
I would like to create a bit more complex articles. I have information about how many men and women live there (and have lived in 2010, 2000, 1990, 1980), how much % of the people are foreign citizens, how many speak English or Italian; basic Census-stuff, I think that you get it. What do you think about that? Cheers! Nadzik (kontak) 13:30, 8 Oktober 2020 (UTC)


Is die inligtingskas by Frauenkappelen wat jy nodig het om jou saadjies te skep? – K175 (skil 'n appeltjie) 15:08, 15 November 2020 (UTC)

K175, Ek is jammer, maar ek verstaan nie. Nadzik (kontak) 15:52, 15 November 2020 (UTC)
@Nadzik: Apologies, I was referring to this request. I was wondering whether the infobox I added to Frauenkappelen was what you had in mind, or were you referring to something different? – K175 (skil 'n appeltjie) 15:58, 15 November 2020 (UTC)
Thank you, my English is muuuch better than my Dutch (which is also muuuuuuch better than my afrikaans :-) ). Infobox and other templates (<nowiki>Sjabloon:Sjabloon</nowiki}}) are a great way to add information to the articles, but this is not what my request was about. I am in possesion of a Swiss Statistic Office database (with over 13,399,776 cells) about Swiss Municipalities. I would like to create articles about them like i did on Polish Wikipedia (Bowil, Bremgarten, Brenzikofen etc). As you can see they are all created in the same form (or a template ;) ). I would like to do the same thing here (as you do not have articles about majority of them). I am fully aware that my knowledge of your language is not advanced enough to mass-create articles (vide problems on Scots Wikipedia) and that is why I would like to cooperate with someone with a better knowledge of Afrikaans. Please look at this page and see if you understand what I mean. CC: Voyageur. Cheers! Nadzik (kontak) 16:10, 15 November 2020 (UTC)
@Nadzik: Okay, I think I understand you. Can you make the template in English and then I can translate it for you? – K175 (skil 'n appeltjie) 16:14, 15 November 2020 (UTC)
@K175:, that would be perfect! I will let you know when I am finished with it. Thank you! Cheers! Nadzik (kontak) 16:15, 15 November 2020 (UTC)
@Nadzik: OK great! – K175 (skil 'n appeltjie) 16:20, 15 November 2020 (UTC)
@Nadzik: Have you started with the template? If you have it completed in a different language maybe you can paste it here so long so that we can start having a look at it. – K175 (skil 'n appeltjie) 20:25, 26 November 2020 (UTC)
@K175:, what do you think? Gebruiker:Nadzik/test. Cheers! Nadzik (kontak) 20:21, 10 Januarie 2021 (UTC)

Universal Code of Conduct News – Issue 2Wysig

Universal Code of Conduct News
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  • New Timeline for the Interim Trust & Safety Case Review Committee - The CRC was originally expected to conclude by July 1. However, with the UCoC now expected to be in development until December, the timeline for the CRC has also changed. (continue reading)
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