Tech:Rollback-success word order is wrong in Japanese
Two user names are swapped in the result page of a revert.
For example, when I revert last edit(s) by Badguy back to version by Goodguy, the result says "Goodguy による編集を Badguy による版へと差し戻しました。" which means "Reverted edits by Goodguy; changed back to last version by Badguy." It's so astonishing.
I found it in Japanese and French Wikitravel at least.
When it happens
When a sysop reverts last edit(s) in an article using Japanese user interface.
What should happen
User names must be swapped.
How to fix it
In Japanese Wikitravel, it is fixed by swapping $1 and $2 in ja:MediaWiki:Rollback-success. However we cannot do it in other language versions because the message is written in the site's default language. Any way to do it in other language versions' Japanese user interface?
Sign below, please
--Episteme 01:21, 27 August 2008 (EDT)
I'm closing this for now, it's not a huge issue, and will probably get resolved by a MediaWiki update eventually, just like other similar mistakes have in the past – cacahuate talk 04:20, 14 October 2008 (EDT)