There is a lot of data available to us that is not presented as information
in any and all languages. Our mission is one where we share in the sum of
all knowledge. There is however a big difference between knowledge and
We do not provide knowledge, we provide information. When the information
is in a digistable format, people understand the information and it is
integrated in their knowledge. It takes knowledge to provide information.
It is needed by the authors of Wikipedia articles, it is needed by the
people adding data to any and all of the Wikimedia projects.
When we have enough data in Wikidata to provide information, we could
provide this information when this data is sought. This award  does not
have an article in any language, it is a prestigeous award that I added
because I learned that  received the award in 2017. There is a very
moving Youtube clip that explains what this organisation does . When you
check the links you may be informed in any language, the youtube clip is
When we consider what we do, we overestimate what we achieve with
Wikipedia. We could inform our audience much better when we start providing
information. We can generate text in any language if we choose to. We would
probably do a better job when we write the prose but we fail completely
when we do not provide the information.
In answer to the question, who if not Wikipedia.. We could provide
generated information even text when there is nothing available. In this
way we will provide a better service in any language. We could do this
within any Wikipedia .. who / where if not Wikipedia?