Contributing to developing the Bosnian Wiktionary and related

Hello, I am a new registered user. So greetings to all. I have a specific question. I went through the Help pages, FAQs, etc. but couldn't find an answer to my specific question (Maybe I missed it somewhere). I have also gone to the Bosnian Wiki page but didn't find an answer either. Probably because I am not familiar enough with the way Wiki works. While visiting Dicts's website (http://www.dicts.info/uddl.php), I saw that Bosnian is available in the list of languages of the Wiktionary database. I have translated/localized several websites into Bosnian and have wide language related resources at my disposal. My question is: is there anything that I could do to contribute develop/help on that Wiktionary? I would be glad to contribute. Thanks in advance for your help and advice and best, Senad


Hi there. You will probably be sad to know that we treat Bosnian as a form of Serbo-Croatian. See Wiktionary:About Serbo-Croatian for details of what to do with specific Bosnian issues. I don't speak the language, so it would be no use asking me questions.

See also, the following help links. SemperBlotto (talk) 18:56, 16 December 2012 (UTC)

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