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Confound it!—Supporting languages with multiple writing systems

From the archives Internationalization and localization Technology Wikipedia

Many of the languages of the world use two or more writing systems, like the familiar Arabic, Cyrillic, or Latin scripts. Supporting those languages and those scripts—for reading, editing, and searching—can be a real challenge.

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New Wikipedia feature gives you the power to choose whatever language you want

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A new feature makes it easier for English-speaking Wikipedia readers to find versions of the article they’re reading in other languages. To mark the occasion, Amir Aharoni of the Wikimedia Foundation’s Language team details the history of interlanguage links on Wikipedia and details what went into the new feature.

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You can now translate Wikipedia articles from Spanish into Basque, thanks to an open source machine learning tool

From the archives Internationalization and localization Technology Wikipedia

The Wikimedia Foundation's Language team worked with a team from the University of the Basque Country and the Elhuyar Foundation to make it easier to translate Wikipedia articles from Spanish into Basque.

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