On Thu, Sep 30, 2004 at 12:01:15AM +0800, Andrew Lih wrote:
I'll be talking to the BBC tomorrow about
Wikipedia, and they're also
interested in stories about Wikipedia outside of US/Europe.
Of the top 20 languages, only Chinese and Japanese are non-European.
However, if anyone can point me to some interesting stories regarding
users in developing countries or how Wikipedia is used in unusual
ways, please let me know.
Maybe not excactly what you want, but on de: we have a group of
Swiss pupils (age 15-17) who wrote a lot about the small island-country of
Nauru making it to the maybe best described country in Wikipedia.
They also start to translate their articles to English.
- the group of pupils
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