Sylheti User Interface[edit source]
Sylheti Nagri and Bengali–Assamese script[edit source]
Two days ago, I proposed to the language committee that the Sylheti Wikipedia should be approved. You've all done a great job so far, so keep it going! After I sent the mail proposing approval, I received an email from a user who said that there could be a potential problem with the script used in the Sylheti Wikipedia. As you know, the Sylheti Nagri script is used here, but this user says that the Bengali–Assamese script is also commonly used for Sylheti (perhaps even more common than Sylheti Nagri?).
This user also pointed me to this functional bidirectional converter for Sylheti Nagri–Bengali script (demo). You may not be aware, but MediaWiki supports such conversion for several languages, and creating a converter like this for Sylheti would actually be relatively straightforward. Some examples of languages that already have converters in MediaWiki include Chinese, Serbian, Kazakh, Crimean Tatar and more (on desktop computers you can see this functionality next to the "Talk" tab above all articles).
- Wow! Congratulations everyone!
- We have discussed with the user today and also earlier, I have given this above-mentioned converter to him. Interestingly the developer of the converter Mayeenul Islam also joined the discussion later. We are concerned about his proposals. --ꠢꠣꠍꠘ ꠞꠣꠎꠣ (talk) 10:05, 15 June 2023 (UTC)
- @Jon Harald Søby, thanks for your cooperation and consideration for using converter. Unfortunately I Oppose the proposal to implement it this time. We can consider it later when lot's of Sylotis join us. ~ ꠀꠛꠥ ꠍꠣꠁꠖ (talk) 04:19, 24 June 2023 (UTC)
Help: Script conversion[edit source]
You can use Aksharamukha multi-script converter
- Input Script = Syloti Nagari
- Output Script =
(Supports 120 scripts and 21 romanisation methods)
- Sylheti script
- Writing Sylheti in the Roman script
- Writing Sylheti in the Bengali script
- Omniglot: Sylheti in all three scripts
- Local resources
Help: Font[edit source]
Help: Numerals[edit source]
User templates[edit source]
Picture of the day (16 July 2023)[edit source]
Aerial view of wooden boats along the shores of the freshwater waterways in Ratargul Swamp Forest, Gowain River, Fatehpur Union, Gowainghat, Sylhet, Bangladesh.
-- ꠢꠣꠍꠘ ꠞꠣꠎꠣ (talk) 03:18, 16 July 2023 (UTC)