I heard you are interested in helping us grow the Hindi communities, which is great!
Unfortunately the current Hindi language community on Fandom is too small to be officially supported by the IVT. But that doesn't mean you can't do things to change that!
You wrote you are already administrating the unofficial Hindi community wiki, which is a great thing - try to use it to bring the community together so you can help each other. Webring footers could do wonders to connect local communities.
The best way to grow the Hindi language community is by working on wikis in the respective language. Start a wiki or join an existing one and help improve the wiki so more people will find Hindi content on Fandom. The more people arrive and stay, the bigger the chances for the Hindi language become to be supported by the IVT.
Make sure to choose a topic you're passionate about. I know starting a wiki can be a quite lonely task in the beginning, but if you know people who like the same topic as you do, invite them to join your wiki and with time it can become a flourishing community. The more communities flourish, the bigger the Hindi community grows and the bigger the chances are that we can support it on the IVT.
I hope it works out well! Feel free to contact me again in 6-12 months so we can see if the Hindi community is on a good way.
And yeah I'll try to do my best and I'll create new Hindi entertainment wikis soon also I'll edit on unofficial Hindi community central.
But can you tell me how do i change the language of wiki-navigation including Explore and Discuss as you can see here there are two navigation still in English language instead of Hindi language even my wiki's language is Hindi.
Someone edited our wiki and now they want us to change their edit because they say they own the code. How to open this to change it? Apologies about this being a very basic question. http://prntscr.com/mcpcre
You can request to join the community council through Special:Contact. Not only will your contributions be reviewed across all of Fandom, but your interactions with other users and your ability to mediate conflict. Reverting spam and other firms of vandalism is also a good way to show that you are a good fit for the council
i was told by a fandom staff on send desk that it would be easier to gauge if i was a good fit for the community by tracking my contributions over a period of time ,so i was told to try again in a year or two.
Not everything that happens on Fandom is logged into public IRC channels on Freenode. That would be pretty pointless as there would be 20+ messages per second and nobody would actually be able to look through all that.
Portable Infoboxes are more restrictive than traditonal infoboxes. Portable have 2 fixed-width columns so not flexible for long information like Top Speed / Reverse Speed or 3.64344102763721; whilst traditional share a row to accommodate them.
The closest I can achieve is...
| name = Churchill_LL (Stock)
| image = AnnoChurchill_LL.png
| costs = 2400
| durability = 840 HP
| weight = 39.71 / 41.95
| crew =
# Radio Operator
| hull armor = 176/76.2/50.8
| turret armor = 88/88/76.2
| engine power = 374 h.p.
| top speed = 28 km/h
| traverse speed = 17 deg/s
| damage = 90
| average penetration = 110 mm
| time for completion = 3.64344102763721
| turret traverse speed = 20 deg/s
| view range = 240 m
| signal range = 500 m
Hol up why did you pick the churchhill of all tanks. Why not the p1000 ratte or the js/Is 2 or 3. Maybe even the bob semple tank. I love tanks (not in a wierd way) so if you ask me something about tanks I will probably be able to answer (if it’s reasonble for example if you ask me the contents of the abrams uranium armor I will not be able to tell you for that is top secret, but I can tell you why it is so effective