Halò, Llywelyn2000!
Fàilte ann an Uicipeid na Gàidhlig! Welcome in the Gaelic Wikipedia. Yes, I think it would be great to get more of those short articles about Wales on your Uicipeid. They do look a lot better than some of our own articles, and they include at least some interesting information, especially about the numbers of the Welsh-speaking population.

We have to be careful though with placenames that are starting with b, p, f, m. In that case the words ann an (in) change to ann am in Gaelic. So it would be "Tha am baile Abaty Cwm-hir ann am Powys", normally it would be "Tha am baile Rhuthun ann an Sir Ddinbych.

Another question I saw here: According to the population census in 2011 ...% of the population was born in Wales.: A rèir a' chunntais-shluaigh ann an 2011 rugadh ...% den t-sluagh anns a' Chuimrigh fhèin. And another sentence that might be usefull: The town was founded in 1805. Chaidh am baile a stèidheachadh ann an 1805.

Many thanks for adding the Coordinates templates. We really appreciate help in this area. I translated the words for "Coordinates", the rest does not have to be translated right away, we have hundrest of them in all kind of languages:-) I just wonder, what causes the read category: Pages with script errors in Aberaeron?

With greatings to the Welsh Wiki --Sionnach (talk) 20:48, 19 dhen Ghiblean 2014 (UTC)Reply
PS: I checked the 3 articles (now in Roinn-seòrsa:Bailtean anns a' Chuimrigh), they should be fine now.

Halò, Sionnach! Thanks for moving the articles to wiki space - and for your warm welcome! I apologise again that I'm using this foreign language - but I'm too old to begin learning Gàidhlig! I've also finished the Coordinates template by copying modules and templates, thus getting rid of the Error you mention above. Aber-porth - the picture looks better than a map, but would have to be done by hand. Having both would be even better! Llywelyn2000 (talk) 11:26, 20 dhen Ghiblean 2014 (UTC)Reply
No need to apologise for using English, it is also a foreign language to me:-) Thanks againn for finishing the Coordinates templates. I could give you a hand with adding some picutres but as you said, having a map as well would be even better. Sadly I couldn't figure out how you create those nice maps with the little red dot in them, and there is no one around here with further knowledge about wikisyntax and stuff like that.
For the welsh articles, I'm just wondering if it would be possible to create a redirct from the english name as well, so that we don't get two articles about the same town. There seem to be at least a few articles around here under their english name, see Fishguard, alltought they should be moved to the welsh name anyway. Greetings --Sionnach (talk) 12:11, 20 dhen Ghiblean 2014 (UTC)Reply
I agree; the Catalonia community have also agreed to use the Welsh spelling as it is 99% of the time the original spelling. Yes Sionach, I'll create a redirect from en to cy spelling; no probs. Would be good to have an editathon on the Gàidhlig Uicipeid in the next few weeks to keep the momentum going, and maybe add the 2,000+ mountains - in one day! Llywelyn2000 (talk) 12:15, 20 dhen Ghiblean 2014 (UTC)Reply
The map on Hiort looks really nice! In my opinion we should leave the map in the articles as it is in Abaty Cwm-hir now.
I agree with you, that it would be great to have an editathon on the Gàidhlig Uicipeid, but I'm afraid this probably has to wait till the middle of May, until university exams are finished, as we have quite a few students working around here and right know they are busy otherwise. After that I would be more than willing to set something up, as I'm planning another Uici-workshop afterwards anyway. --Sionnach (talk) 23:01, 20 dhen Ghiblean 2014 (UTC) PS:2,000+ mountains - in one day sounds just fantasic.Reply
Count me in! And aim high! Wikimedia UK can help with advertising and venue costs, but not the uisge-beatha! Please contact me if you need help. Llywelyn2000 (talk) 15:46, 21 dhen Ghiblean 2014 (UTC)Reply

You can now use the map of wales with one push-pin:



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Hi Llyweln2000,

There are about 9000 people, so eventually it hits the limit of 5000 or just gets too slow. I did a few variations. Not sure which one you like best. --Jura1 (an deasbaireachd) 14:44, 23 dhen Mhàrt 2016 (UTC)Reply