As long as we can not confidently search for pictures in any language I really wonder what the point is of such an exercise. In my opinion we should prioritise measurable effects for our users. Something like: "A nine year old will find pictures in his or her language on all the subjects of interest to them". 

I have shown repeatedly that even a word like beaver will not get you much of the furry animal, particularly when you search in other languages.

On Sun, 19 Dec 2021 at 00:10, Mike Peel <email@mikepeel.net> wrote:
Hi all,

Over the last few years, over 3.6 million Wikimedia Commons categories
have gained an infobox that displays information from Wikidata in the
reader's language. I would like to see this expanded so that all Commons
categories have a multilingual infobox.

I've started an RfC about this at:

If you're interested in this topic, please comment there.

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