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Hac pagina scriptorium Vicifontis est.
Nunc iam sunt 6 064 paginae. Hodie dies Iovis, 26 martii 2020.


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Ut sententias antiquiores legas vide Vicifons:Scriptorium/Vetera


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Scriptorium Vicifontis

Alia scriptoria

Vicipaedia:Taberna
Vicicitatio:Taberna
Victionarium:Taberna

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FileExporter beta feature[recensere]

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Unicode-Zeichen, side notes, Altgriechisch-Kenntnisse?[recensere]

1. Wie kann ich Unicode-Zeichen setzen, damit sie immer korrekt angezeigt werden? z. B. «q́ m̄ n̄ ᶃ ǵ,»? Auf Disputatio Usoris:Zabia#Test erscheinen sie fehlerhaft. Hier allerdings werden sie korrekt angezeigt. Zabia (disputatio) 12:37, 21 Ianuarii 2019 (UTC)

2.Wie kann ich «left sidenote» setzen, damit sie nicht außerhalb des Satzspiegels erscheinen (Beispiel: Disputatio Usoris:Zabia#Test vor «text text text »), und analog wie «right sidenote»?

3. In Kepler «Somnium» wie in seiner Plutarch-Übersetzung «In Orbe Facie de Lunae» kommt auch Altgriechisch vor. Besonders auch Ligaturen wie z.B. ȣ ȣ́ und ähnliche. Da es keine Sonderzeichen für einige gibt, sollten diese alle aufgelöst werden (ȣ zu ον).

4. Gibt es hier in der lateinischen Wikisource Kenner, die meine altgriechische Transkription nach Vorlage korrekt korrigieren können? Und wenn ja, kann ich da auf Unterstützung rechnen?

Sorry, ich sprech nur Deutsch und mittelmäßig Englisch. Zabia (disputatio) 12:37, 21 Ianuarii 2019 (UTC)

Harmonices mundi libri V - Liber I[recensere]

Hier werden die nota marginalis im Text falsch dargestellt. Nur auf den einzelnen Seiten sieht man sie korrekt. Sollen diese auf left sidenote geändert werden? Zabia (disputatio) 11:00, 25 Ianuarii 2019 (UTC)

I've just added the opening and closing formulae of sidenotes, can you check if it's now ok ? From where I am, it seems to be ok :) SyB~Anicium (disputatio) 20:44, 26 Ianuarii 2019 (UTC)
Thank you very much! SyB~Anicium" That looks okay. Greetings Zabia (disputatio) 08:52, 27 Ianuarii 2019 (UTC)

Suppression de ma page de discussion[recensere]

Bonsoir,

après m'être complétement trompé entre page de discussion de mon profil et brouillon, j'aimerais demander la suppression de la page de discussion, et des redirections associées. Comment puis-je le faire ? Par ailleurs, je ne trouve pas d'onglet "Brouillon". Pourrait-on m'indiquer comment accéder à une page Sandbox ?

Merci d'avance !

Thucydide 2000 (disputatio) 22:29, 18 Februarii 2019 (UTC)

Bonjour Thucydide 2000,
pour te créer un brouillon, il suffit de créer un lien rouge en sous-page personnelle, comme ça : Usor:Thucydide 2000/brouillon - tu peux te créer plusieurs sous-pages perso où tu pourras travailler sans t'emmêler :)
je supprime ton actuelle pdd, ou plus exactement Alma Redemptoris Mater vers laquelle il y avait une redirection. Ta pdd ne contient donc plus que le message d'accueil et de bienvenue ! --Hsarrazin (disputatio) 08:44, 21 Februarii 2019 (UTC)

Talk to us about talking[recensere]

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Read-only mode for up to 30 minutes on 11 April[recensere]

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Wikimedia Foundation Medium-Term Plan feedback request[recensere]

Please help translate to your language

The Wikimedia Foundation has published a Medium-Term Plan proposal covering the next 3–5 years. We want your feedback! Please leave all comments and questions, in any language, on the talk page, by April 20. Thank you! Quiddity (WMF) (talk) 17:35, 12 Aprilis 2019 (UTC)

Categoria:Deletiones Propositae[recensere]

Could an admin review the proposed deletions, some of which have been there from 2017? --Rschen7754 06:12, 27 Aprilis 2019 (UTC)

Newbicae quaestiones (pars prima)[recensere]

Hi, I don't know were to look for this... when transcribing a text, am I supposed to expand the abbreviations I find in the original text, i.e. & -> et, Gręci -> Græci, eodē -> eodem and so on (well, at least when I'm pretty sure what the abbreviatioin stands for)? And if so, should I use the Template:Pt, like {{Pt|Gręci|Græci}}, or some other method?
And another question, this one really newbica, how can I resolve the notes on the left/right margin, such as the *al frigus scribbled there? is there a template for that? Thank you very much, I will write more questions soon :P --Barbaking (disputatio) 07:31, 16 Maii 2019 (UTC)

For sidenotes you can use Formula:Left sidenote and Formula:Right sidenote, though since they're noted in the body in your text a standard <ref> footnote might be more appropriate. The Latin Wikisource doesn't appear to have any specific guidelines on transcription—I'm new here too—but the English project's guideline seems to be followed here too: "Special characters such as accents and ligatures should be used wherever they appear in the original document, if reasonably easy to accomplish." So I would retain the abbreviations if they're available in Unicode. For what it's worth, though, looking at the texts you're transcribing the nasal consonant accent is actually a tilde and not a macron (i.e. eodẽ). —Nizolan (disputatio) 20:27, 16 Maii 2019 (UTC)
Many thanks for your hints! :) I was in doubt about é, ē, ẽ or whatever, I will go for (and for <ref> whenever I find a rooted note). (of course I am still open for more suggestions sould they come). bye, --Barbaking (disputatio) 07:34, 17 Maii 2019 (UTC)

Graecum est...[recensere]

Salve, I would very much appreciate an help in transcribing and/or reviewing some Greek words I happen to find in this book. I really can't read Greek, so the words I tried to transcribe, when I tried to, have a good chance of being misspelled. I am collecting the pages with Greek occurrences, whenever I find them, in this page. I know I'm asking a lot, but I will be grateful to anyone who would check even a single page. Many thanks, :) --Barbaking (disputatio) 19:56, 22 Maii 2019 (UTC)

Broken templates?[recensere]

Formula:Box See talk page please... ShakespeareFan00 (disputatio) 14:45, 8 Augusti 2019 (UTC)

De pronuntiatione linguae gallicae (Claudius a Sancto Vinculo)/Capitulum L[recensere]

Lint repair, but needs a scan to confirm what SHOULD be italic and bold. Or a second reviewer. ShakespeareFan00 (disputatio) 07:49, 9 Augusti 2019 (UTC)

Update on the consultation about office actions[recensere]

Hello all,

Last month, the Wikimedia Foundation's Trust & Safety team announced a future consultation about partial and/or temporary office actions. We want to let you know that the draft version of this consultation has now been posted on Meta.

This is a draft. It is not intended to be the consultation itself, which will be posted on Meta likely in early September. Please do not treat this draft as a consultation. Instead, we ask your assistance in forming the final language for the consultation.

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epub export links need to change[recensere]

On Wikisource en these look like:

Here, on the sidebar eg at Utopia they do not resolve and look like:

However, this works fine:

Hope that helps JimKillock (disputatio) 17:00, 16 Augusti 2019 (UTC)

New tools and IP masking[recensere]

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Template:No source[recensere]

Isn't it time to import the No source template into here? --Eugrus (disputatio) 00:17, 28 Septembris 2019 (UTC)

The consultation on partial and temporary Foundation bans just started[recensere]

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Feedback wanted on Desktop Improvements project[recensere]

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Community Wishlist 2020[recensere]

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IMPORTANT: Admin activity review[recensere]

Hello. A policy regarding the removal of "advanced rights" (administrator, bureaucrat, etc. ) was adopted by global community consensus in 2013. According to this policy, the stewards are reviewing administrators' activity on all Wikimedia Foundation wikis with no inactivity policy. To the best of our knowledge, your wiki does not have a formal process for removing "advanced rights" from inactive accounts. This means that the stewards will take care of this according to the admin activity review.

We have determined that the following users meet the inactivity criteria (no edits and no log actions for more than 2 years):

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Wiki Loves Folklore[recensere]

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Movement Learning and Leadership Development Project[recensere]

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Wikisource Conference in Warsaw[recensere]

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Editathon Barii[recensere]

Ave fratres! Barii copiosa scripto (anglice “editathon”) de Vicipedia Vicifonte apud Lyceum scientiae facenda est. Alumnii scholae, cum magistri auxilio, paginam/librum recensebunt. Vestrum auxilium et vestram inspectionem peto.--FerdiMMV[Epistulae] 20:32, 17 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Hi @Ferdi2005:, I think this is a cool idea :). I don't know if it has never be done before on la.source, but collaborations/editathons with schools are fairly common on it.wikisource (see it:Wikisource:Collaborazioni), and I personally took part in one of them a couple years ago (this one). So, count on me for help :). Do you already have a book in mind for the editathon? I could offer some suggestions if needed... (PS: no, sorry, I'm not going to translate this in latin :P) --Barbaking (disputatio) 10:04, 18 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Rivista italiana di numismatica 1898[recensere]

Salve !

I'm dealing with Latin pages on an Italian book on it.source (Cf. Indice:Rivista italiana di numismatica 1898.djvu). Actually it's a whole chapter, starting from p. 385.

It's ok for you if I create the book here, and transclude the rest of the pages? Another solution is to create only the chapter in Latin here (but I'll need some help). Bene vale --Ruthven (disputatio) 07:37, 19 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

ciao @Ruthven: hai provato a chiedere pareri su it.source, e vedere cosa consigliano loro? Per quanto mi risulta, di solito qui su la.source si evita di inserire materiale non in latino, e si crea un indice tipo questo; però magari di là sanno darti un parere migliore... per la cronaca, io ho un problema opposto, con una cinquantina di pagine in italiano in un libro latino (e al momento lo sto risolvendo non guardando e passando oltre :P) --Barbaking (disputatio) 08:33, 19 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
@Barbaking: È esattamente quello che volevo fare: avere unicamente le pagine in latino qui ed il resto visibile mediante {{iwpage}}. Così qui ci sarebbe unicamente il materiale in latino (ed un paio di frasi in italiano, vabbe'). Vado avanti con la creazione dell'indice aka Liber, seguendo il modello de te indicatomi? --Ruthven (disputatio) 10:40, 19 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
@Ruthven: secondo me si, vai pure e fammi sapere se ti serve una mano per qualcosa (qui è tutto un po' più "primitivo" che su it.s... comunque puoi usare direttamente i template italiani per l'indice, Template:Indice sommario funziona) --Barbaking (disputatio) 10:54, 19 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Ave Barbaking. Il tuo problema lo posso risolvere in modo analogo, ma specularmente. Creiamo l'indice su itsource e lì fai le pagine in italiano, che verranno trascluse qui. Se vuoi, nei prossimi giorni ci metto mano e poi ti pingo. --Ruthven (disputatio) 13:01, 19 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Ho creato il libro su it.source: Indice:Ioannes Baptista a Vico - Opera latina tomus I - Mediolani. Devo ancora inserire tutti i rimandi a la.source, ma la struttura c'è. Puoi editare le pagine coi numeri (quelle in italiano) su it.source: si vedranno anche qui.
Per quanto riguarda Liber:Rivista italiana di numismatica 1898.djvu, non saprei se creare nel namespace principale unicamente il capitolo in latino oppure tutto quanto. Penso la prima... Tu che dici? Bene vale --Ruthven (disputatio) 08:56, 26 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
@Ruthven: grazie mille per l'indice su it.s, ci lavorerò un po' a salti alternando fra qui e lì :). Quanto alla domanda, penso anche io che in ns0 sia meglio creare solo il capitolo in latino, sempre come si fa ad es. con i libri con traduzione a fronte. vale, --Barbaking (disputatio) 11:16, 26 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

✔ Perfectum est. Rivista italiana di numismatica 1898/La zecca di Bologna <- Vedi se vi va bene, altrimenti sposta pure. --Ruthven (disputatio) 15:34, 26 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

@Ruthven: penso vada bene così... non mi pare il caso di inventarci noi un titolo in latino xD --Barbaking (disputatio) 15:58, 26 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Ps. @Ruthven: ma tanto per ridere, le pagine da 399 in poi che lingua sarebbe? xDD --Barbaking (disputatio) 16:15, 26 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Mah, mezzo italiano, mezzo latino? ^^ --Ruthven (disputatio) 16:27, 26 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Needing help with a work that is missing pages[recensere]

We discovered today that a work we are transcribing is missing two pages. The PDF linked here is missing pages 39 and 40 found in the original manuscript.

The pages are available in other digital scans available at the Internet Archive. For the missing pages, consult here: https://archive.org/details/LibraVeritatisEtDePaschateTractatus/page/n411/mode/2up

We need some help updating the PDF at the Wikimedia Commons and adjusting the page numbers here without losing any of the transcribed content. https://la.wikisource.org/wiki/Liber:Liber_Rituum_Paschalium.pdf -- Aharonium (disputatio) 06:24, 22 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Hi @Aharonium:, probably the simplest (or maybe the laziest) way to do this is to edit the pdf, adding the missing pages taken from the other source you found and uploading it as a new version of the old file. This way page numbers up to the added pages should not change, and we wouldn’t have to move everything. I will try, but you will probably have to wait till Monday (I do not have a pdf editor in the pc I am using right now). --Barbaking (disputatio) 07:28, 22 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Thank you Barbaking. This was my initial idea -- but I stopped myself as I really don't know enough about the backend of ProofreadPage and I was worried that by updating the PDF at the Wikimedia Commons, I would throw off (or inadvertently delete) the associated transcription text for each page here at Latin Wikisource. -- Aharonium (disputatio) 01:12, 23 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
@Aharonium: ok, I fixed the .pdf file and moved the pages that needed to be moved, you can review the result, but I think I didn't miss anything. I had to move some pages manually (e.g. by cut-and-paste) since I can't suppress the redirects after moving, and there was no other option (I will probably ask for an administrator flag soon, it would have helped). I also fixed the index page and the first page of the book, putting page numbers and footnotes in the hader and footer boxes (in the edit toolbar, proofread tools and then the Wikisource show hide header footer button.png icon). This way, they won't be transcluded with the text in ns0. Let me know if everything is okay or if you need something else. Vale, --Barbaking (disputatio) 11:50, 24 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
PS: in any case, as a general rule you can't inadvertently delete anything on wikimedia sites (and even if, every change can be undone). So, don't worry about being bold :) --Barbaking (disputatio) 11:53, 24 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
@Barbaking: Thank you so much! -- for the help and also with the general rule. --Aharonium (disputatio) 20:33, 25 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Deletion request: Liber:Index:Colloquia familiaria et Encomium moriae - Desiderius Erasmus.pdf[recensere]

I've created a new version of this with a Djvu file at Liber:Erasmi Colloquia Familiaria Et Encomium Moriae.djvu which will work better for transcription. JimKillock (disputatio) 17:36, 23 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Done. Salve! --Zyephyrus (disputatio) 13:57, 26 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Template:center request[recensere]

Hi there, I've been using Template:Center on other Wikisource projects (en) - can we have it here? JimKillock (disputatio) 19:46, 23 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

My mistake, it works fine, just not with English spelling! JimKillock (disputatio) 20:07, 23 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Template:incomplete request[recensere]

I tried to use Template:incomplete to link a mock up of a book to the transcription I am doing. How do I do this at Vicifons? Is there a different template to use? JimKillock (disputatio)

Hi @JimKillock: what is this template supposed to do? It is possible that it is already here, maybe with another name, or maybe not, and in that case it can be imported/created, if need be. Ps: I nominated Liber:Index:Colloquia familiaria et Encomium moriae - Desiderius Erasmus.pdf for speed deletion, since you moved it to a new title —Barbaking (disputatio) 20:46, 23 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Thanks! On wikisource: <noscript>{ {incomplete | source=[ [ Index:Cothvrnvlvs three short Latin historical plays for the use of beginners.djvu|transcription project ] ] } }</noscript> it links to the source pages for the original document, while other scripts assemble the page contents onto the pages (I will try that next). JimKillock (disputatio) 21:11, 23 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Hi @JimKillock:, I created Formula:Perficiendum updated Formula:Infectus (tested here, where you can also find some usage examples.) I hope this is what you needed... --Barbaking (disputatio) 08:48, 24 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Update: turned out there already was a Formula:Infectus, used in ten or so books, so I moved the code there; redirects from Template:Incomplete or Perficiendum still work though --Barbaking (disputatio) 13:15, 24 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Thanks very much! Next I'll try setting up the chapters, etc! JimKillock (disputatio) 23:56, 24 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Additional interface for edit conflicts on talk pages[recensere]

Sorry, for writing this text in English. If you could help to translate it, it would be appreciated.

You might know the new interface for edit conflicts (currently a beta feature). Now, Wikimedia Germany is designing an additional interface to solve edit conflicts on talk pages. This interface is shown to you when you write on a discussion page and another person writes a discussion post in the same line and saves it before you do. With this additional editing conflict interface you can adjust the order of the comments and edit your comment. We are inviting everyone to have a look at the planned feature. Let us know what you think on our central feedback page! -- For the Technical Wishes Team: Max Klemm (WMDE) 14:15, 26 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Page content needs to split across chapters[recensere]

Hi there, the book I am transcribing utilises very limited space, with the result that natural chapter breaks display in the same page. For example: Pagina:Erasmi_Colloquia_Familiaria_Et_Encomium_Moriae.djvu/14

What do I do about this, if I want to split the page content (at PERCONTANDI FORMA) on the transcribed product into two chapters (on two wiki pages)? JimKillock (disputatio) 14:27, 29 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

@JimKillock: <section begin=1 /> TEXT OF CHAPTER 1<section end=1 /> <section begin=2 />TEXT OF CHAPTER 2<section end=2 />, etc.. Then, when you transclude say the first chapter, <pages index="whatever" from=whatever to=watever fromsection=1 tosection=1 />. See i.e. De rebus gestis Antonii Caraphaei/Liber primus/Caput V, which transludes chapter V, starting in Pagina:Ioannes Baptista a Vico - Opera latina tomus I - Mediolani, 1835.djvu/196 and ending in Pagina:Ioannes Baptista a Vico - Opera latina tomus I - Mediolani, 1835.djvu/198. --Barbaking (disputatio) 14:46, 29 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Gratias tibi ago, @Barbaking:! That seems to work :) JimKillock (disputatio) 16:11, 29 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

Split words across pages[recensere]

This makes no sense to me; I am finding the editor is adding an extra line break \n at the end of the text area; this means I am getting words with spaces like "au dis" across the page breaks. Originally they were hyphenated across the pages. If anyone has a solution (don't use Safari? use something else?) please let me know. JimKillock (disputatio) 21:04, 29 Februarii 2020 (UTC)

these cases are usually dealt with Formula:Pt, which works like: {{Pt|this text won’t be transcluded in ns0|this text will}}. So, say you have “lauda-“ at the end of a page, and then “tio” in the next: in the first you will write {{Pt|lauda-|}} (meaning the iphenated word is not transcluded); in the next {{Pt|tio|laudatio}}. This way, in the pages you will visualize the splitted word, but only the “whole” word in the second page will be transcluded in ns0. —Barbaking (disputatio) 23:18, 29 Februarii 2020 (UTC)
Thanks, that works well! (I am getting some slight errors in the way the pages are presented in the book chapter itself, but nothing that matters to a user.) JimKillock (disputatio) 12:14, 1 Martii 2020 (UTC)

Should I use "ſ" or "s"? + request for help[recensere]

Hello. I created Vulgata Sixtina, and the only edition of this book uses ſ. Do I have to also use "ſ" or can I transcribe those ſ as "s"?
Also, I tried to finally turn Vulgata Clementina into a proper project. Most of the text can be found on VulSearch, so does someone have a bot or script to import directly from VulSearch while keeping the formatting and putting the chapters with "Caput X" (e.g. with the ch. 1 here)?
I am also not very used to Wikisource, so please check my work I did on those works so far. Veverve (disputatio) 04:53, 1 Martii 2020 (UTC)
Also, can someone delete this? Veverve (disputatio) 05:00, 1 Martii 2020 (UTC)

hi @Veverve: about the long s ſ, I don’t think there is an actual rule on la.wikisource but I would strongly suggest to transcribe it as “s”, which is the guideline used on the Italian Wikisource, but at the very least it should be transcribed ſ, an not f (which is of course a mess, since I don’t know how to write ſ other tan by copy-pasting, another point in favor of transcribing it as “s”) —Barbaking (disputatio) 09:03, 1 Martii 2020 (UTC)

Clean up pre-2019 or 2020 items[recensere]

I'm not sure who is responsible but a clean up to archive of older comments would help navigability a bit. JimKillock (disputatio) 12:06, 1 Martii 2020 (UTC)

@JimKillock: done. Veverve (disputatio) 14:29, 1 Martii 2020 (UTC)

Magistratus mandatum peto[recensere]

Hi, just to let everyone know, I am asking form admin permissions on the project, request here. I hope to get at least some answers (not necessarily answers in support, just answers at all!): respondete, si vobis placet :) vale, --Barbaking (disputatio) 16:48, 17 Martii 2020 (UTC)

Display layouts and default fonts[recensere]

Hi there, how do I fix a (default) layout style font? I worked out that <div class=text> does the main job, but at least on my browser, the layout on Colloquia familiaria, Cothvrnvlvs and Ólim randomly changes between serif and sans-serif fonts. Is there a way to fix that the page displays either serif or sans-serif fonts? JimKillock (disputatio) 07:41, 23 Martii 2020 (UTC)

Have you tried reloading the page? The font on the ns0 should be serif by default; on my browser (firefox) it looks that way, but it takes ~1 second to be displayed... when opening a page, I basically see the sans-serif version for about a second, that then automatically changes to serif; I suppose it is the time it takes for the CSS to kick in. If you really see the layout differently on different pages, something is wrong, but unfortunately to fix that we need someone that actually understands CSSs (which is not me :P) --Barbaking (disputatio) 08:47, 23 Martii 2020 (UTC)
Thanks for clarifying, it seems to be my browser (cache? ad blockers?). I tried Firefox and it does basically work ok with that. So I’ll either ignore it or change my browser! JimKillock (disputatio) 09:30, 23 Martii 2020 (UTC)