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Task #2372

Renaming of Turkish web page URLs

Added by Gökhan Gurbetoğlu 3 months ago. Updated 6 days ago.

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There are lots of URLs for the Turkish web page that have the original English in it. Some of the pages even have half Turkish, half English URLs. I am posting them below with their expected Turkish counterparts. These are also seen on the link labels itself. A renaming could be better.

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#1 Updated by Florian Effenberger 3 months ago

There are lots of URLs for the Turkish web page that have the original
English in it. Some of the pages even have half Turkish, half English
URLs. I am posting them below with their expected Turkish counterparts.
These are also seen on the link labels itself. A renaming could be better.

Is that something that the site maintainers could handle, or does it
require infra support, do you know? (I obviously don't :-)

#2 Updated by Guilhem Moulin 7 days ago

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The site maintainers should be able to make the edit; and Gökhan in particular, as I granted him permissions during LibOCon. Should we close this ticket, Gökhan?

#3 Updated by Christian Lohmaier 7 days ago

FYI: nothing for infra-admins - can (and definitely should) be done by NL-page admins.
(in CMS backend, open the corresponding page and then use the "edit" button next to the URL-Segment on the content tab).

Notes:
  • the homepage must have the label /home - otherwise you'll get a redirection loop when just visiting tr.libreoffice.org (without any URL) - if you wish to have another label for it in addition, feel free to create a virtualpage and duplicate it.
  • to rename the toplevel redirector pages, make sure you're in edit-only mode (controls at the bottom right), as in preview mode the toplevel redirector directs to the first child, thus navigating away from the page you try to edit.
  • silverstripe will try to find the URL by its old location, so should be fine for most links. If the automatism fails and the link is important enough/used in many external places, it might be worthwhile to create a redirector page with the old name (make sure to uncheck "show in menu/search" on settings tab.

#4 Updated by Gökhan Gurbetoğlu 7 days ago

I think it is safe to close the ticket Guilhem. The necessary changes are now being worked on, with keeping in mind what Christian mentioned. Thank you!

#5 Updated by Florian Effenberger 6 days ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed

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