There are two or three new labels/lines in beta10 core.yml (not sure about exact number)
SHPD17 This is accurate, the only one I know about for sure though was the edit_users_label one though so I couldn't comment on any others.
tankerkiller125 SHPD17 I guess i uploaded wrong files. Thank you both of you, now it's fixed. ❤
Bai-Ülgen or Ülgen is a Turkic and Mongolian creator-deity, usually distinct from Tengri but sometimes identified with him in the same manner as Helios and Apollo. His name is from Old Turkic bay, "rich", and ülgen, "magnificent". Ülgen is believed to be without either beginning or end.
core.forum.user_controls.delete_success_message is missing
Thanks but "core.forum.user_controls.delete_error_message" is also missing and there are couple of things that i want you to consider. Created a pull request on GitHub.
If the Flarum Team doesn't add new lines until Beta 12, the package is ready to Beta 12 now. I fixed "x likes this" words, "please wait" text and "Turkish Core Pack" issues.
Etügen Eke ("Mother Earth", also transliterated variously as Itügen or Etügen Ekhe) is a Mongolian (Mongolian: Этүгэн эх — Etügen ekh) and Turkic earth goddess. She was believed to be perpetually virginal. In Mongolian language, the word "etugen" associates with woman and daughter of Kayra. Also her name may originated from Ötüken, the holy mountain of the earth and fertility goddess of the ancient Turks. Medieval sources sometimes pair Etugen with a male counterpart named Natigai or Nachigai (Natikai, Natıkay), although this is probably a mistake based on a mispronunciation of Etugen. In Mongol mythology Etugen is often represented as a young woman riding a grey bull.
tolgaaaltas the Flash at work 👏 great job Tolga!
May 12, 2020 will be the last update date for this package.
tolgaaaltas Neden? 🤔
Kylo Kendi topluluğumuzu o tarihte kapatıyoruz, o tarihten sonra özellikle uzantılar için güncellemeleri takip etmem çok daha zorlaşacaktır.
In Turkic Mythology Izih — God of wild animals. Izih was especially protector of freed animals.
This update includes many improvements and new line additions for the better use of our language (Turkish). 2021 bring you health first, then happiness and success. Many happy years you will spend with your loved ones.
Ayaz Ata is a winter god and a fictional tale character that it represents who in some Turkic cultures plays a role similar to that of Santa Claus or Russian Ded Moroz. The literal translation of the name would be "Frost Father", although the name is often translated as "Grandfather Frost". He was created of Moon light and caused by cold weather. Source