Help Meta become more multilingual! Add content in your native language.
Meta eleanitza izan beharko zen, baina 2004ko Uztailan, bere edukiaren %85 ingeleses zegoen (update: as of January 2005, an influx of new German pages, Japanese & French translations, and translator-work has improved this to perhaps 75%). Wikimedia, if it is to maintain a coherent image and policy-set across the world, and to benefit from the input of its many members (It is already the case that the majority of WM users do not natively speak/read english!), needs to ramp up its multilingual efforts.
Though a certain page tends to be monolingual, we can provide information to speakers of other languages, too.
You can add a sidebar of page summary, it describes the purpose of page, like this page. Please translate the text in the sidebar into the languages you know, and add links below into pages on multilingualism on the WPs you frequent. Encourage colleagues who don't write in English to contribute their thoughts/ideas on this page and its Talk: page in their own language.
We think important documents are better to have such summary sidebar multingual.
You can add an abstract of page with Template:Abstract. Abstract is useful when the page treats a complicated issue and you want to give more information than one line description.
If you are proficient in more than one language, add yourself to the list of translators (and see also There is also an English Wikipedia available). You may also be interested in the discussion of the translation process.
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Send out notes to all the language-groups you know! Get them to support their favorite languages by expanding the GFDL corpus of their written forms.
Articles, resources, etc. on indigenous langs