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Administrators of Wikimedia projects/Indonesian projects

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Last updated: 15 july 2024

This page lists the various administrators in Indonesian (ID) Wikimedia projects and local languages of Indonesia: Acehnese, Javanese, Banyumasan-Javanese, Sundanese, Betawi, Banjarese, Buginese, Balinese, Gorontalo, Minang, Nias, Madurese, and Malay (and multilingual projects) - with many more languages still in Incubator. Please help to improve and update this list.

(id) Pembaruan diperlukan!
Halaman ini perlu diperbarui dari waktu ke waktu. Pastikan data dalam bahasa Anda tetap mutakhir!
(ms) Pembaharuan diperlukan!
Laman ini perlu diperbaharui dari masa ke semasa. Pastikan data dalam bahasa anda adalah yang terkini!
(su) Perlu dibebenah!
Kaca ieu kudu mutahirkeun jeung dibebenah unggal waktuna. Pastikeun yén data dina basa anjeun diropéa jadi nu pang anyarna!
(jv) Perlu dianyari!
Kaca iki perlu dianyari saben wektu, supaya data ing basa panjenengan tetep sing paling anyar!
(ace) (Ganti teks ini)!
(Silakan tambahkan terjemahan dalam bahasa Anda)!
(bjn) (Ganti teks ini)!
(Silakan tambahkan terjemahan dalam bahasa Anda)!
(bug) (Ganti teks ini)!
(Silakan tambahkan terjemahan dalam bahasa Anda)!
(min) (Ganti teks ini)!
(Silakan tambahkan terjemahan dalam bahasa Anda)!
(gor) (Ganti teks ini)!
(Silakan tambahkan terjemahan dalam bahasa Anda)!
(ban) (Ganti teks ini)!
(Silakan tambahkan terjemahan dalam bahasa Anda)!
(mad) (Ganti teks ini)!
(Silakan tambahkan terjemahan dalam bahasa Anda)!
(nia) (Ganti teks ini)!
(Silakan tambahkan terjemahan dalam bahasa Anda)!


ID domain[edit]

Indonesian language, primarily spoken in Indonesia (as second language, or lingua franca, and working language; few spoke Indonesian as primary language or mother tongue), but also understood in neighboring countries such as Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, and Timor Leste (East Timor), and in Indonesian diaspora.

Wikipedia[edit]

Wiktionary[edit]

  1. Bennylin (+ crat, IA)
  2. Cun Cun
  3. Kenrick95
  4. Taylor 49
  5. Fehufanga
  6. Filter penyalahgunaan

Wikisource[edit]

  1. Meursault2004 (+ crat)
  2. Rachmat04 (+ IA)
  3. Bennylin (+ IA)
  4. RaymondSutanto
  5. Agus Damanik
  6. Filter penyalahgunaan

Wikiquote[edit]

  1. Kenrick95

Wikibooks[edit]

  1. Alagos
  2. Kenrick95
  3. RaymondSutanto

ACE domain[edit]

Acehnese language, spoken in the northern tip of Sumatra Island, Indonesia.

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Si Gam
  2. Rachmat04 (+ IA)

JV domain[edit]

Javanese language, spoken primarily in Java Island, but also in the Javanese diaspora (other islands of Indonesia, and as far as Suriname in South America).

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Meursault2004 (+ crat)
  2. Bennylin (+ IA)
  3. Labdajiwa
  4. Wirjadisastra

Wiktionary[edit]

no current admin

Wikisource[edit]

no current admin

MAP-BMS domain[edit]

Banyumasan Javanese, a dialect of Javanese language, primarily spoken in Banyumasan region.

Wikipedia[edit]

no current admin

SU domain[edit]

Sundanese language, spoken in Western Java. (Note: it's not Sudanese language)

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Kumincir (+ crat)
  2. A2613
  3. Ilham.nurwansah
  4. Mssetiadi
  5. RXerself
  6. Ariandi Lie

Wiktionary[edit]

no current admin

Wikiquote[edit]

no current admin

BJN domain[edit]

Banjar language, spoken in Southern Kalimantan.

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Ezagren
  2. Arcuscloud (until 2023-07-13)

BUG domain[edit]

Buginese language, spoken in Southern Sulawesi.

Wikipedia[edit]

no current admin

MIN domain[edit]

Minangkabau language, spoken in West Sumatera.

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Ardzun
  2. David Wadie Fisher-Freberg
  3. Naval Scene
  4. Rahmatdenas

Wiktionary[edit]

  1. Harditaher

GOR domain[edit]

Gorontalo language, spoken in Gorontalo.

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Marwan Mohamad (until 2024-6-22)

BAN domain[edit]

Balinese language, spoken in Bali.

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Angayubagia (+ IA)
  2. Chinamoonroll

Wikisource[edit]

no current admin

MAD domain[edit]

Madurese language, spoken in the island of Madura.

Wikipedia[edit]

no current admin

NIA domain[edit]

Nias language, spoken in the island of Nias.

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Slaia (+ IA, until 2024-9-24)
  2. Yasanto Lase (until 2023-9-6)

Wiktionary[edit]

  1. Slaia (until 2023-8-30)
  2. Lase (until 2023-9-6)

BEW domain[edit]

Betawi language, spoken in jakarta.

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Bangrapip
  2. Badak Jawa
  3. Pitchrigi

Related projects[edit]

MS domain[edit]

Notes: Although w:Malay language originated from Sumatra, Indonesia, and still considered as one of the local languages of Indonesia, but ms.wikipedia is mostly dominated by Malay speaker from Malaysia, where w:Malaysian Malay is the national language (language code: zsm), as well as editors from Singapore and Brunei. Malay Wikipedia and Indonesian Wikipedia editors maintain a close connection, and Malaysian Wikipedians went to WikiNusantara.

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. Aurora (+ crat)
  2. Zamwan (+ crat)
  3. SNN95 (+ IA)
  4. CyberTroopers (+ IA, crat)
  5. Polar
  6. Ustad abu gosok (+ crat)
  7. 26 Ramadan
  8. Tofeiku
  9. Rachun Dunia
  10. PeaceSeekers
  11. WikiFarazi
  12. Zahirulnukman

Wiktionary[edit]

  1. Aurora

Wikibooks[edit]

  1. Aurora

TET domain[edit]

Tetun language, spoken in East Timor and the nearby Indonesian provinces such as East Nusa Tenggara and West Nusa Tenggara.

Wikipedia[edit]

  1. MF-Warburg

Multilingual projects[edit]

Currently there are no Indonesian serving as stewards nor global admins