Yes! I'll re-translate them not to confuse the readers of Turkish langauge :) Even I'm confused when I returned to go on translating.
If I'm not mistaken, I created a redirection page also, in order that the page titles such as "Welcome to KDETechbase", "Getting started", etc. could be in Turkish too. I'll be glad if you remove those.
And before you carry out the removal, I shall also get a confirmation. This removal process will not have effect on my translation account, will it? I mean can i continue translating, using the translation tool?
Don't worry about it - I'll sort it out, hopefully tomorrow, but Monday at the latest. I think you will get a message that they have been removed, rather than before they are removed, though it's always possible to pull them back if I make a mistake.
Your translation account will not be affected at all. Just use the "Translate this page" links and you'll be fine.
I've removed the three redirect pages, http://techbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Development_(tr) http://techbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Getting_Started_(tr) http://techbase.kde.org/index.php?title=Welcome_to_KDE_TechBase_(tr)
I note that you have used the same naming scheme for the templates Warning and Note. Could you change these (and references to them) to the compliant naming scheme, i.e. Warning/tr and Note/tr ?
Yes those links you mentioned are the ones to be removed. However I couldn't get the last thing you asked. Am I supposed to create a new template just like in:
under the language bar it says "Template:Warning/tr".
Is that what you asked?
(Very very sorry for the trouble. I'm not so good at working on wiki. I may have caused more trouble than the amount I contributed)
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" I'd like you to go to http://techbase.kde.org/Template:Note_%28tr%29 and copy the content into Template@Note/tr, then point the page to that. After that we can delete Note_(tr). The same procedure for Template:Warning_(tr) to Template:Warning/tr.
Don't worry about a thing - there's always a learning curve and I'm happy to help you. The quality of what you are doing is more important than quantity - time will take care of that :-)