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1 H hydrogen
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2 He helium Helium discharge tube.jpg
3 Li lithium
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4 Be beryllium
5 B boron
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6 C carbon
7 N nitrogen
8 O oxygen
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9 F fluorine
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10 Ne neon Neon discharge tube.jpg
11 Na sodium
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12 Mg magnesium CSIRO ScienceImage 2893 Crystalised magnesium.jpg
13 Al aluminium
14 Si silicon
15 P phosphorus
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16 S sulfur
17 Cl chlorine
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18 Ar argon
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19 K potassium
20 Ca calcium Calcium unter Argon Schutzgasatmosphäre.jpg
21 Sc scandium Scandium sublimed dendritic and 1cm3 cube.jpg
22 Ti titanium Titan-crystal bar.JPG
23 V vanadium
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24 Cr chromium Chromium crystals and 1cm3 cube.jpg
25 Mn manganese
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26 Fe iron
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27 Co cobalt
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28 Ni nickel
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29 Cu copper
30 Zn zinc Zinc fragment sublimed and 1cm3 cube.jpg
31 Ga gallium Gallium crystals.jpg
32 Ge germanium
33 As arsenic
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34 Se selenium
35 Br bromine Bromine 25ml (transparent).png
36 Kr krypton
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37 Rb rubidium
38 Sr strontium Strontium destilled crystals.jpg
39 Y yttrium Yttrium sublimed dendritic and 1cm3 cube.jpg
40 Zr zirconium Zirconium crystal bar and 1cm3 cube.jpg
41 Nb niobium
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42 Mo molybdenum Molybdenum crystaline fragment and 1cm3 cube.jpg
43 Tc technetium NonFreeImageRemoved.svg
44 Ru ruthenium Ruthenium a half bar.jpg
45 Rh rhodium Rhodium powder pressed melted.jpg
46 Pd palladium Palladium (46 Pd).jpg
47 Ag silver
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48 Cd cadmium Cadmium-crystal bar.jpg
49 In indium
50 Sn tin
51 Sb antimony
52 Te tellurium
53 I iodine Sample of iodine.jpg
54 Xe xenon
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55 Cs caesium
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56 Ba barium Barium unter Argon Schutzgas Atmosphäre.jpg
57 La lanthanum
58 Ce cerium
59 Pr praseodymium
60 Nd neodymium
61 Pm promethium
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62 Sm samarium
63 Eu europium
64 Gd gadolinium
65 Tb terbium
66 Dy dysprosium
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67 Ho holmium
68 Er erbium
69 Tm thulium Thulium sublimed dendritic and 1cm3 cube.jpg
70 Yb ytterbium
71 Lu lutetium Lutetium sublimed dendritic and 1cm3 cube.jpg
72 Hf hafnium
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73 Ta tantalum Tantalum single crystal and 1cm3 cube.jpg
74 W tungsten Wolfram evaporated crystals and 1cm3 cube.jpg
75 Re rhenium Rhenium single crystal bar and 1cm3 cube.jpg
76 Os osmium
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77 Ir iridium
78 Pt platinum Platinum crystals.jpg
79 Au gold
80 Hg mercury Pouring liquid mercury bionerd.jpg
81 Tl thallium Thallium pieces in ampoule.jpg
82 Pb lead
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83 Bi bismuth Bismuth crystals and 1cm3 cube.jpg
84 Po polonium NonFreeImageRemoved.svg
85 At astatine
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86 Rn radon
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87 Fr francium
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88 Ra radium
89 Ac actinium NonFreeImageRemoved.svg
90 Th thorium
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91 Pa protactinium NonFreeImageRemoved.svg
92 U uranium
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93 Np neptunium
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94 Pu plutonium
95 Am americium Americium microscope.jpg
96 Cm curium NonFreeImageRemoved.svg
97 Bk berkelium
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98 Cf californium
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99 Es einsteinium
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100 Fm fermium
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101 Md mendelevium
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102 No nobelium
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103 Lr lawrencium
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104 Rf rutherfordium
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105 Db dubnium
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106 Sg seaborgium
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107 Bh bohrium
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108 Hs hassium
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109 Mt meitnerium
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110 Ds darmstadtium
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111 Rg roentgenium
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112 Cn copernicium
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113 Nh nihonium
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114 Fl flerovium
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115 Mc moscovium
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116 Lv livermorium
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117 Ts tennessine
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118 Og oganesson
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Santal Wikipedia: Someone deleted main page[ᱯᱷᱮᱰᱟᱛ ᱥᱟᱯᱲᱟᱣ]

It's disappointing, someone deleted our main page from incubator (https://incubator.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wp/sat/Main_Page). We created our pages and contents in roman/latin script.But now all the contents are disappeared.How the admins made it? Not only from incubator but also from the translate wiki same things are done! It's notable that Santal language have five written scripts (according to Wikipedia) and roman/latin script is one of them. We need an urgent solution. Please help --Samar88 (talk) 15:53, 13 December 2017 (UTC)

Dear @Samar88, I can understand your concern but the greater concern should be to promote appropriate message to the world. For a single language multiple scripts are never welcomed and never healthy for integrity of its language and literature. Lets correct you that santal language never had five scripts of writing. When the Ol Chiki (ᱚᱞ ᱪᱤᱠᱤ)Script was not spread properly santal language was written with the local vernacular script. This time has gone. After the invention of Ol Chiki the own script of Santali language which is widely accepted and the Indian government has recognized the script where the majority Santal people are living and who have already accepted the Ol chiki as their own script. Education has been provided through ol chiki script in school, college and universities in India as well. At the various level of Government promotional work are going on in OL Chiki. However, Indian and Bangladeshi Santals are working together with this project (wp/sat) in the incubator for several months. They all are agreed to use the ol chiki script. Therefore it will be not fair to remain isolated and stay away from this mainstream ol chiki. For a single language using two home page in incubator is also not rational. Those who are well conversed with the roman and latin they can access the information in English. If we are truely concerned about larger section of santali people we must used Ol Chiki in Wiki. Let's join hand let's united and let's disseminate the information and knowledge which are true, which are welfare for the santal people. Sincerely we hope you will support us to create Santal Wikipedia. Ramjit Tudu (talk) 06:11, 15 December 2017 (UTC)

@Ramjit Tudu, Samar88: I wish to point out that projects (and tests) can and do support multiple writing systems. Ramjit Tudu, I must say that I get very nervous when editors say things like "the greater concern should be to promote [the] appropriate message to the world". After all, who decides what the appropriate message is?
Now, Samar88 had been gone for a long while, and I think the current test user community seems to be more interested in writing in Ol Chiki. Still, on my reading of the article at English Wikipedia, it seems that at minimum a large group of speakers uses Eastern Nagari script. So what happens to them?
WMF's goals are to make information accessible to everyone. If multiple scripts make information more accessible, then multiple scripts are desirable. (WMF's goals are not to provide you a platform "to promote [the] appropriate message to the world".) Accordingly:
  • I'd really like to see a full discussion of this topic conducted by this community, so that the community itself can decide.
Thank you. StevenJ81 (talk) (Incubator administrator) 23:19, 6 February 2018 (UTC)

Dear : @StevenJ81, I welcome and appreciate your suggestion and as a wiki editor I am always with the aim objective and spirit of wikipedia. Today across the globe wikipedia has been a great source of knowledge and information. The accuracy of information has been the reason for this wide acceptance and credibility. I may be incorrect and whatever information i share may not be appropriate but my sincere effort will be towards disseminate the best whatever I knows. so long as script is concerned it is welcomed if information will be well accessible to greater section of the community, if santals of Bangladesh has greater acceptance of eastern nagari for santali language then no issue. Let the santal community of bangladesh come up with eastern nagri for santal language. As we have some good numbers of editors from bangladesh santali language in olchiki script. Recently an International Santal conference was held at Assam ( India) and an International Santali Youth Writers Conference was held at Jharkhand (India) where intellectuals and writers from India, Nepal, Bangladesh had participated and presented their writings in OLCHIKI. So it is well understood that OLCHIKI has good acceptance in both BANGLADESH and NEPAL. Till now indigenous people has been not good education one of the reason is they had no own script, now a days kids are showing good interest in education because they have their own script and they find belongingness in the script. If in spite of that santal community of bangladesh are comfortable in eastern nagari and information is well accessible in that script then there is no issue but some opinion and comment must come from Bangladesh. Ramjit Tudu (talk) 07:12, 12 February 2018 (UTC)

Dear all, I agree with Ramjit Tudu, Santals in Bangladesh were in a transition phase to accept which script. Basically, Eastern Nagri is used for Bengali Language and Bengali People similarly roman is a universal script for the English language spoken in different countries. Amidst of all the Santals in Bangladesh were using both of this scripts for communication as no alternative were available. This acceptance was not because of choice but of compulsion. Now as the Santals in Bangladesh are getting aware of OLCHIKI they have accepted and loved it. Good numbers of writers in Olchiki are also coming out. So information will also be well accessed in OLCHIKI. When we can share information in one script for a single language why to adopt multiple scripts. Those who are interested in multiple scripts for a single language they must put a clear view what makes them necessary for that.--Subasmurmu (talk) 06:44, 12 February 2018 (UTC)

I do understand what you are trying to tell me. From Wikimedia's perspective, though, the question is not simply whether OLCHIKI is becoming more accepted in the community. And it is not simply whether conferences are now encouraging use of OLCHIKI. It is:
  • Do most Santals (at home and expatriates) use OLCHIKI?
  • Are there substantial groups of speakers who are more comfortable with (a) Eastern Nagari? (b) Latin alphabet?
  • Is most current writing now in OLCHIKI, or is much current writing still in other scripts?
Understand: no one wants to require any given contributor to this test to write in a script different from OLCHIKI. However, at the moment, what I want is an agreement that no one is going to automatically delete content that is written properly in a different script. If there are reasonably big groups of Santals that are more comfortable in other scripts, they need to be able to use this Wikipedia, too. StevenJ81 (talk) 18:32, 13 February 2018 (UTC)

Dear : @StevenJ81, I am welcoming contributors to this project and agree with your point that no deletion of any of the appropriate writes up for this project. I m also happy to give the information regarding your questions which you have raised are as follows:

- Most of the Santals are accepting Olchiki and using it in their daily communication like Facebook, email, WhatsApp etc. In addition, now the Olchiki is used in the Santali movies, Songs and Documentaries.

- Once there were people using not only Eastern Nagari or Latin alphabet but also Odia, Dev Nagri, Asomiya and Bengali scripts for writing santali , even those Santals who were brought up and grown up in south India were used to write in south Indian script for their communication. However, with the increase in popularity of Olchiki among Santals, Santal people started to love it and used the script. Way the every single letter has been named it created a strong belongingness among santals and became an identity of Santal people which further leads them towards unity.

- Present days most writings are found in Olchiki script. A huge number of Santali literature is being published alongside the textbooks for primary education even college and university courses are designed in Olchiki script. In a way it could be said that govt has taken granted olchiki script is for the santali language and the rest script were used for the short term purpose. Now almost all santals feels proud for their own script they dont have to relie on scripts devised for other languages. Thank you for your guidance and suggestions. Ramjit Tudu (talk) 17:28, 16 February 2018 (UTC)

I am also agree with Ramjit Tudu --Subas Murmu (talk) 16:12, 24 February 2018 (UTC)

I'd like to congratulate the Santal community of Bangladesh and India for making this possible. You guys worked hard over the years on this. Best of luck.--NahidSultan (ᱜᱟᱞᱢᱟᱨᱟᱣ) 21:44, 6 ᱟᱜᱚᱥᱴ 2018 (UTC)

Congratulation. Jayantanth (ᱜᱟᱞᱢᱟᱨᱟᱣ) 19:45, 9 ᱟᱜᱚᱥᱴ 2018 (UTC)

The on-wiki statistics for this wiki have not been initialized yet (that's why they're mostly zeros), but a Phabricator task has already been submitted to get that done. It should be done soon. To prevent misunderstandings later, please read mw:Manual:Article count and mw:Manual:$wgArticleCountMethod for information about how articles ("content pages") are counted. This wiki uses the default 'link' counting method. - dcljr (ᱜᱟᱞᱢᱟᱨᱟᱣ) 00:38, 7 ᱟᱜᱚᱥᱴ 2018 (UTC)

Although the Phabricator task I linked to has not been acted upon, the regularly scheduled semimonthly recounting of all Wikimedia wikis (on the 1st and 15th of each month) has fixed the statistics of this wiki. - dcljr (ᱜᱟᱞᱢᱟᱨᱟᱣ) 02:31, 16 ᱟᱜᱚᱥᱴ 2018 (UTC)

Mobile visual editor test[ᱯᱷᱮᱰᱟᱛ ᱥᱟᱯᱲᱟᱣ]

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Hello all,

The mw:Editing team has been improving the mw:Mobile visual editor. They would like to test it here. The purpose of the test is to learn which editor is better for new contributors. This is a great opportunity for your wiki to learn the same. This is an easy test that requires no work from you. You can read more about it at mw:VisualEditor on mobile/VE mobile default.

What? The test compares the mobile visual editor and the mobile wikitext editor, for newer registered editors (<100 edits).

Who? Half the people who edit from the mobile site will start in the mobile visual editor. The other half will start in the mobile wikitext editor. Remember: Most editors are not using the mobile site and will not be affected by this test. Also, users can switch at any time, and their changes will be automatically remembered and respected. If you have already tried the mobile visual editor, your preference is already recorded and will be respected.

When? The test will start soon, during June. The test will take about six weeks. (Then it will take a few weeks to write the report.)

Why? This test will help the team recommend initial preference settings. It will help them learn whether different wikis should have different settings.

Screenshot showing a drop-down menu for switching editing tools
Switching editing tools is quick and easy on mobile.

How can I switch? It's easy to switch editing environments on the mobile site.

  1. Go to the mobile site, e.g., https://test.m.wikipedia.org or https://sat.m.wikipedia.org
  2. Open any page to edit (click the pencil icon).
  3. Click the new pencil icon to switch editing modes.
  4. Choose either "Visual editing" or "Source editing" from the menu.
  5. Done! You can do the same thing to switch back at any time.

If you have any questions, please leave a note at mw:Talk:VisualEditor on mobile/VE mobile default. Thank you! Whatamidoing (WMF) (ᱜᱟᱞᱢᱟᱨᱟᱣ) ᱒᱒:᱑᱖, ᱓᱑ ᱢᱮ ᱒᱐᱑᱙ (UTC)Reply[ᱛᱮᱞᱟ]

Consultation request to Wikimedians regarding Universal Code of Conduct[ᱯᱷᱮᱰᱟᱛ ᱥᱟᱯᱲᱟᱣ]

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Johaar, Coming across various critical cases and discussions, regarding the obstacles appeared in the smooth progress of different wikimedia projects, or the cases related to (un)intensional attacks for any user for his/her on-wiki/ off-wiki activities, the Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees has identified that, there is a need for a standard set of behavioural guidelines . These set of rules will be applicable to the movement as a whole, irrespective of languages, personal priorities, admins, bureaucrats, official employees etc.. Now, the Trust and Safety team is working with communities to start building those set of guidelines that will foster ethical behaviour, goodwill, and a good working atmosphere in the movement for all. For detailed information, kindly visit the meta page Universal Code of Conduct . For this consultation process, as a community facilitator, my job is to communicate with the community members , as the project highly depends on ideas and feedback from you all. Thus, I request you to share your thoughts and ideas about having a Universal Code of Conduct. It’s completely up to you how you will prefer to be communicated for this. If you need any more information about this or if we can do it in a group then just let me know, I will do the needful (Any survey or a dedicated discussion page) for this and if anyone is willing to go for in-person conversation, please feel free to reach out to me at cmishra-ctr@wikimedia.org.
Thank you! --Chinmayee (WMF) (ᱜᱟᱞᱢᱟᱨᱟᱣ) ᱑᱓:᱕᱒, ᱒᱗ ᱢᱟᱨᱪ ᱒᱐᱒᱐ (UTC)Reply[ᱛᱮᱞᱟ]

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