FáilteCuir in Eagar
Go maith .... Edit → Cite → Logainm = uathoibríoch ... níos tapúla.... & glan ǃCuir in Eagar
Go maith an méid a scríobh tú Chun na tagairtí a chur isteach, tá "visual edit" níos tapúla.... & glan (& má tá an cleachtadh agat) ǃ
Mar shampla chun https://www.logainm.ie/ga/53329?s=Ballinvegga a chur isteach
Edit → Cite → ̊Logainm̊ = > uathoibríoch ...
Na mílte buíochas TGcoa, a chara! I bhfad níos cruinne agus fusa. Go n-éirí leat!
Universal Code of ConductCuir in Eagar
Hi Antóin II
I was asked by Wikimedia Foundation to promote this call for participation on the planned Universal Code of Conduct.
At times, our contributor communities and projects have suffered from a lack of guidelines that can help us together create an environment where free knowledge can be shared safely without fear.
There has been talk about the need for a global set of conduct rules in different communities over time. Recently, Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees announced a Community Culture Statement, asking for new standards to address harassment and promote inclusivity across projects. 
The universal code of conduct will be a binding minimum set of standards across all Wikimedia projects, and will apply to all of us, staff and volunteers alike, all around the globe.. It is of great importance that we all participate in expressing our opinions and thoughts about UCoC and its values. We should think about what we want it to cover or include and what it shouldn’t include, and how it may create difficulties or help our groups.
This is the time to talk about it. Before starting drafting the code of conduct, we would like to hear from you and to solicit the opinions and feedback of your colleagues.
In order for your voice to be heard, we encourage and invite you to read more about the universal code of conduct (UCoC)  and then write down your opinions or feedback on the discussion page . To reduce language barriers during the process, you are welcomed to translate the universal code of conduct english main page into your respective local language . You and your community may choose to provide your opinions/feedback using your local languages.