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      request #29635 Main page link to the documentation should use directly docs.tuleap.org
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    #29635
    Thomas Gerbet (tgerbet)
    2022-12-15 08:15
    2022-11-29 14:24
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    Main page link to the documentation should use directly docs.tuleap.org

    Currently the main is hardcoded to https://docs.tuleap.org/user-guide/documents-and-files/mediawiki.html which might not be accessible in some context. The link should try to target the internal documentation that can be installed on the Tuleap instance. Tuleap will manage the redirection to docs.tuleap.org if the internal documentation is not available. The link should be https://<tuleap_instance>/doc/<shortcode_lang>/user-guide/documents-and-files/mediawiki.html.

    Also there is a typo Documenation should be Documentation.

    https://github.com/wikimedia/mediawiki-extensions-TuleapWikiFarm/blob/7319cc3b684c000131016612994908b85645021d/content/mainpage.html#L11

    BTW, it seems there is no internationalization available for this content, is it expected?

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    As discussed today, the ideal solution for us would be to have the templates in /etc/tuleap/plugins/mediawiki_standalone/ (probably in a subdirectory) with a pattern for the language.

    Hence Tuleap would be able to easy ship those files in the language it supports and we can more easily iterate on the content of the page

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    Robert Vogel (rvogel)2022-12-01 08:25

    Thanks for reporting. We will fix this.

    Regarding I18N: It is true that we don't have the "page contents" translated by TranslateWiki.net. We could do it, but usually TranslateWiki.net's mission is to translate "system messages" (labels, etc.), not "content". Of course, we can split up the "content" into single "system messages" if it is required.