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Default is "no". Preferably, files should be uploaded to Commons.
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I would like to add labels and descriptions to Wikidata in the Talossan language (el glheþ Talossan) together with other Talossans.
Talossan is a very large language (with over 28,000 words in its official dictionary) and has its own language regulator
According to this blog post all languages are admissible for use on Wikidata if they have an official ISO 639-3 code, which Talossan has.
I requested the language here on Wikidata before, but they redirected me to this place telling me to get an approval here first.
If you need more information about ár glheþ (our language), please ask me.
--Robin0van0der0vliet (talk) 20:29, 2 March 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]
The proposer should be aware that Wikidata is not a multilingual project in the same sense as Wikipedia. "tzl.wikidata.org" is not going to happen, the same as "en.wikidata.org" or any other. According to the discussion on Wikidata, this is just to enable adding a field for Talossan descriptions. — YerpoEh? 20:41, 2 March 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I know "tzl.wikidata.org" isn't going to happen, the template filled that in.
This was still the correct place to ask for the language on Wikidata according to Lydia Pintscher.