[Foundation-l] One Wikipedia Per Person (regarding the distribution of and the ability to read Wikipedia)

Ray Saintonge saintonge at telus.net
Sun May 31 21:29:25 UTC 2009

geni wrote:
> Now a lot of those languages are Indian which since they tend to be
> fairly closely related and bilingualism is fairly common Bengali,
> Hindi, Punjabi and English should cover most cases.

That's very generously European of you.  The three Indian languages that 
you chose are all Indo-Aryan.  Manipuri, Munda and Tamil are as 
different from these as they are from each other.


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