Regarding Ferrari Maranello Series, the number I put down is the sum of 550 and 575M production added together, the numbers being available on each respective model's page. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 01:15, 16 September 2014
Because there were so many edits between my removal of , since her decision to sacrifice herself to save her sister constitutes an "act of true love", I don't think you realized that piece of information ever existed in the article in the first place. The entire plot section is unsourced. You are allowed to add information into a Wikipedia article when you can't find a source for that information as long as a source exists which somebody else might find later but I suspect no reliable source exists for the specific piece of information you added. Blackbombchu (talk) 03:32, 23 September 2014 (UTC)
There are now many more translations for language names. 
Software changes this week
The new version of MediaWiki (1.25wmf1) is on test wikis and MediaWiki.org since September 25. It will be on non-Wikipedia wikis on September 30, and on all Wikipedias on October 2 (calendar).
Errors from Scribunto (Lua) are now shown on the page. Before, you had to click on "Script error" to see them. 
You can add an "autovalue" for a field in TemplateData. When users add the template to a page, the value will be added automatically. An example is when a clean-up template shows the date it was added. 
If you change a user preference but don't save it, it now asks if you want to save it. 
The PDF export tool has changed. The new one has better language support but it doesn't offer ZIM and EPUB formats. 
With the deployment next Tuesday you will be able to edit all sitelinks at once as well as all fields of the "in other languages" box. This is an intermediate step towards the new user interface and will evolve further over the next weeks. You can see what is coming on Tuesday now already on test.wikidata.org.
WikiProject Names aims to improve name related data on Wikidata. Initial focus is on first names (given names). Half of items for first names still need cleaning up, but 15% of items for persons already have a given name defined.