Transbabel Multilingual Schema

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The Transbabel Multilingual Schema was developed at META by a host of MediaWiki Developers, Wikipedia Administrators, Wikimedia Staff and a universe of users from all walks of life. The schema is time-honored, user-friendly, well-developed and accepted world-wide in the sphere of Wikimedia and its sister projects. Wikiversity is next in line to benefit from this system.

Multilingualism at Wikiversity[edit]

We have adapted the meta Tranlator's Templates and are working on an adaptation of the Transbabel Multilingual Schema here at Wikiversity:Templates#Translation See Template:Translators and below for more background and some direction. As with all Wikimedia projects, this one will be consensus-driven, open to all, and flexible to a fault.

We would like to extend a hearty invitation especially to those who are learning English as a second language and let them know that we are interested in establishing Interlingual dialog. We see this as an opportunity to build community across language barriers as a multilingual academic w:discourse community. Transbabel at Meta has shown us the way!

The Art of Translation[edit]

Translation
Wikiversity translators
Translation Dept. - Multilingual Studies
German
{{deu}}
German-English
{{Translator deu-eng}}
German-Spanish
{{Translator deu-spa}}
English
{{eng}}
English-German
{{Translator eng-deu}}
English-Spanish
{{Translator eng-spa}}
Spanish
{{spa}}
Spanish-German
{{Translator spa-deu}}
Spanish-English
{{Translator spa-eng}}

Meta resources[edit]

Meta has a cornucopia of resources for translators!

m:Multilingualism:

m:Category:Multilingualism

Basic English[edit]

Simple English Wikipedia

What about Simple English Wikiversity? Let's talk!