User:Keegan (WMF)/VisualEditor/Wikipedias with no VE page

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Greetings,

The Wikimedia Foundation will soon turn on VisualEditor for all users, all the time on your Wikipedia. Right now your Wikipedia does not have any local documents on VisualEditor, and we hope that your community can change that. You can find information to translate and reference at the VisualEditor page, the User Guide, and the FAQ. We want to find out as much as we can from you about VisualEditor and how it helps your Wikipedia, and having local pages is a great way to start. We also encourage you to set up a local feedback page where the community can offer ideas, opinions, and point out bugs that may still exist in the software that need to be reported to Bugzilla. If you are able to speak for the concerns of others in English on meta or locally I encourage you to help your community to be represented in this process.

If you can help translate the user interface for VisualEditor to your language, you can help with that as well. Translatewiki has open tasks for translating VisualEditor. A direct link to translate the user interface is here. You can see how we are doing with those translations here. You need an account on Translatewiki to translate.

If we can help your community in any way with this process, please let me know and I will do my best to assist your Wikipedia with this exciting development. You can contact me here, on my meta talk page, or by email.