The Design Research team at the Wikimedia Foundation is seeking volunteers to participate in a series of interviews about content translation on Wikipedia. The goal of the study is to understand how experienced translators find and select articles to translate from one Wikipedia to another. The results of this study will help improve automated article recommendation tools for content translators.

We would like to speak to editors who have experience translating articles across Wikipedia languages. The only requirements for participating in this study are:

a) the editor must have previously translated at least one Wikipedia article to or from English and one of the following languages: Catalan, Farsi, French, Italian, Spanish, or Swahili. 

b) the editor must be available to speak with a WMF researcher over Google Hangout; if you haven't used Google Hangouts before, don't worry, we will walk you through it. Your participation will take no preparation, and all you have to do is show up at the Google Hangout with your laptop/desktop ready to go. 

Each study session will be approximately 50 minutes in length, and can be scheduled at a time that works for all participants. If you're interested in participating, please reply to this message with your availability 
(be sure to note your time zone). Thank you for helping us improve content translation!

Samantha Becker & Jonathan Morgan
Wikimedia Design Research