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#mediawiki connect on irc.freenode.net is the around-the-clock IRC real-time chat channel for user questions. For technical questions about MediaWiki, use #wikimedia-dev connect.

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  • Problemalarnı turı itep taswırlağız häm cawapnı kötegez.
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