Hi! Thanks for fixing broken external links, but please don't use Mall:Cite web to provide web archive links. There are several issues with this template (see its talk). Also web archive links usually aren't needed for external links that aren't used in references. Pikne 5. august 2013, kell 11:17 (EEST)

There is no consensus on not using Mall:Cite web. If the reference in question is using Mall:Cite web then it's fine to use the template's archive property to provide a link to a web archive. --Cumbril (arutelu) 19. september 2013, kell 06:34 (EEST)
I created new Mall:Cite web at the time of Pikne comment. Then stopped doing it, limiting to adding the archive property into existing Mall:Cite web. Rotlink (arutelu) 19. september 2013, kell 11:47 (EEST)
Thank you, modifying only already existing uses of this template and not replacing other properly formatted references with it is somewhat fine. As for consensus, we yet don't have consensus for using untranslated templates either, though that's another topic. Pikne 20. september 2013, kell 09:40 (EEST)

Invalid external linksRedigeeri

Rotlink doesnt fix in every time, e.g see this "fixed" external link: Eri:Diff/3971126. It is a systematic error--Bioneer1 (arutelu) 17. august 2014, kell 20:06 (EEST)

although, not a error, just the wikiview is invalid (i.e: if you press the external link there). --Bioneer1 (arutelu) 17. august 2014, kell 20:09 (EEST)

Invitation to Medical TranslationRedigeeri

Medical Translation Project

Invitation to the Medical Translation Project – a joint Wikimedia project started by the English language WikiProject Medicine!

Thank you for being one of the top Medical editors! I want to use this opportunity to introduce you to our most ambitious project.

We want to use Wikipedia to spread knowledge where it will be used. Studies have shown that Wikipedia is the most common resource of medical knowledge, and used by more people than any other source! We want high quality articles, available to everyone, regardless of language ability. It isn't right that you would need to know a major language to get hold of quality content!

That is why in the recent Ebola crisis (which is still ongoing) we translated information into over 70 languages, many of them small African languages. This was important, as Wikipedia was also shown to be the biggest resource used in Africa for information on Ebola! We see tremendous potential, but also great risks as our information needs to be accurate and well-researched. We only translate articles that have been reviewed by medical doctors and experts, so that what we translate is correct. Many of our translators are professionals, but many are also volunteers, and we need more of you guys – both to translate, but also to import finished translations, and fix grammatical or other style issues that are introduced by the translation process.

Our articles are not only translated into small languages, but also to larger ones, but as of 2015 this requires users to apply for an article to be translated, which can be done here (full articles, short articles) with an easy to manage google document.

So regardless of your background head over to our main page for more information, or to our talk page and ask us questions. Feel free to respond in any language, we will do our best to find some way to communicate. No task is too small, and we need everyone to help out!

I hope you will forgive me for sending this message in English – we also need translators for messages like this, and above all local language community managers, which act as a link between us and you. Also I can not reply on your talk page, so please go to our talk page!

Thank you for helping medical information on Wikipedia grow! -- CFCF 🍌 (email) 15:37, 28 January 2015 (UTC)

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