Localise your wiki logo[ᓱᖁᓯᖅᐹ ᐃᓚ]
Hello! It was noted that Wiktionary in this language has not yet adopted a localised/translated logo: it's really a pity for a dictionary project!
We are trying to help Wiktionaries adopt a locally-adapted logo, by taking the technical difficulties on us. What we need from you is just the preferred translation of the name and motto, "Wiktionary" (if translated) and "The free dictionary": you can add them to the logo list, by editing it directly or commenting on the talk page; you can also add a note if you don't want the localised logo.
Of course, you can also create the logo and make the necessary requests on bugzilla yourself, if you prefer so.
Feel free to translate this message and to move/copy/forward it where appropriate; you can also reply on my talk. Thanks, Nemo 16:06, 3 ᓄᕕᒻᐳᕆ 2012 (UTC)
17 years and this Wiktionary still hasn't got a normal Main Page.[ᓱᖁᓯᖅᐹ ᐃᓚ]
It still looks like this to this day, two inscriptions in English and French, telling visitors that this is the Inuktitut Wiktionary - This Main Page does not have a single sentence in Inuktitut. Not only that, but this Wiktionary has no localized logo (also for 17 years). Can someone fix this aforementioned Main Page problem? Algunpersona123453 (talk) 03:29, 21 ᔭᓐᓄᐊᓕ 2023 (UTC)