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Awreða Wikipedie
  1. Sele þurh lǣncartan
  2. Sele þurh PayPal
  3. Ōðra wīsan þǣm þe mann cann selan
  4. Tō sēonne māre gefrǣgu be ūrre unfeohsēcendan byrdnesse, ūrum Gēarlican Lāstworde, oþþe ōðrum ascungum, swing þis.
  5. Tō sellenne stōwlicum Wikimedie þrēate, swing þis.
  6. Gif þū hæbbe forwierned JavaScript, biddaþ þē tō brūcenne ūsere ōðere cartan.
  7. Þū scealt giefan gōde micelnesse.
  8. Þū scealt sellan $1 tō lǣstum.
    [Note:The last two are popups that come up when people enter bad donation amounts. $1 is replaced automatically with something like "1 USD" or "100 JPY".]
Footer
  1. Wikipedia is weorc þæs Wikimedia Foundation.
  2. Hafast ascunga oþþe trahtunga? Sprece tō þǣm Wikimedia Foundation: donate@wikimedia.org
    [Note: These are the same as last year's, see wmf:Special:Prefixindex/Template:2008/Donate-footer/ or Fundraising 2008/core messages.]
Þoncaþ þē
  1. Rǣd ōðru Wikipedie spell and sellenda trahtunga.
    [Note: Translations for "Wikipedia story" and "donor comments" can be found in the core messages request.]
  2. Þurh þæt þū mearcie þisne earc þū giefe þæt Wikimedia Foundation geþafunge þǣre þe wē mōten sprecan þē sōna hēræfter be þīnum spelle. Wē asēcaþ þīne fullan geþafunge ǣr þæt wē asende þīn spell tō þǣm folce oþþe sprecaþ be him folclīce.
    [Note: This was in the Stories translation request from last year.]
  3. Seoh māran
    [Note: Not to be confused with "Learn more". This string links to wmf:Support/en, a page full of more buttons to download.]
  4. Þū mōst sēon þīne openan trahtunge nū. Þǣræfter, mōst þū rǣdan for þȳ ōðere sellendas ofer þǣre worulde awreðiaþ Wikipedie ēac oþþe þū mōst sēon gif þīn þēodness dō underginnunge efenweorþlicra giefa weorc.
Template:Social bookmarks
  1. forþasende þis:
  2. Sele tō Wikipedie
    [Note: This is a "bookmark" title, so it shouldn't be very long.]
  3. I sōna beorgod Wikipedie. Helpa healdan hīe frēo ge uncēap. Forþasende, eall!
    [Note: This is for microblogging sites like Twitter, so the translation should be less than 140 characters.]
  4. Bōcmearca mid Facebook
  5. Forþsende on Digg.com
  6. Forþsende on delicious
  7. Forþsende on reddit.com
  8. Forþsende on stumbleupon.com
  9. Forþsende on Technorati
  10. Forþsende on twitter.com
  11. Forþsende on Identi.ca
  12. Forþsende on Hyves
"PayflowProGateway"
  1. Æfter þæt þū swinge "gieldgiefan", þīnre lēancartan gefrǣgu bēoþ gerǣddu.
  2. Wē ne healdaþ þīnre lēancartam gefrǣgu, and þīn hādlican gefrǣgu fēraþ ūre ānlēpnesse gerād.
  3. Wikipedia is weorc þæs Wikimedia Foundation. Hafast ascunga oþþe trahtunga? Sprece tō þǣm Wikimedia Foundation: donate@wikimedia.org
    [Note: This is the same as the "footer" text.]
Notices
  1. {{SITENAME}} is gearu þǣr þū þeart hīe - nū hēo þearf þec.
  2. {{SITENAME}} unfeohsēcende weorc: biddaþ þē tō sellenne hire tōdæg.
    [Note: These two notices were used last year, a translation may already exist: Fundraising 2008/core messages.]
  3. Hīer māran fram Jimmy Wales.
  4. Helpa ūsic tō efnenne ūrne ende. Biddaþ þē tō sellenne tōdæg.
  5. Your support keeps Wikipedia free
  6. 5 facts about Wikipedia that you might not know
  7. We only ask once a year. That would be now.
  8. Keep it ad-free.
  9. Wikipedia needs you.
  10. You keep Wikipedia going. Not ads.
  11. Sgt. used Wikipedia to teach his soldiers to respect Iraqi culture.
  12. Give now.
  13. Be a part of the best story on the Internet.
  14. Think how much Wikipedia has given you. Give some back.
  15. Donate. Then tell the world why.
  16. How much is Wikipedia worth to you?
  17. Donate. Or we consider animated banners with dancing cowboys.
  18. Donate. Click this.
  19. Free knowledge [donate now button]
  20. Tell us why you love Wikipedia. Donate. Tell my story.
  21. How has Wikipedia helped you?
  22. Thanks, Wikipedia
  23. How quickly will we end our fundraiser?
  24. Make the world smarter.
  25. You use it daily. Pay up.
  26. It’s our Library of Alexandria, our Hitchhiker’s Guide.
  27. Every kid can have an awesome encyclopedia.
  28. How many languages is Wikipedia in?
  29. Who pays for Wikipedia?
  30. A. Jimmy Wales
  31. B. Tiny ads
  32. C. You.
  33. Your donation benefits 330 million people.
Stories
  1. Wikipedia is read by over 250 million people from around the world every month — in over 250 unique language editions. Take a few minutes to tell us your story.
  2. We may use your story to help spread the word and help the world understand the power of Wikipedia.
  3. Please limit your submission to 2000 characters. We may follow-up with you to discuss your story and add more details. If you would like to submit more information or photos, please email stories@wikimedia.org
  4. Submit my story!
Support
  1. Support Wikipedia
  2. » Copy the code below to embed this button on your website.
  3. Spread the word and show the world that you support Wikipedia
  4. Place these buttons on your blog, social networking pages, website or in your email signature to encourage others to support Wikipedia. All buttons are available under the Creative Commons CC-BY-SA License.
  5. Square
  6. Micro
  7. Horizontal banner
  8. On Twitter:
  9. 1. Change your profile pic to show your support:
  10. 2. Then tweet your support for Wikipedia:
  11. I just protected Wikipedia. Help keep it free. Share, everybody! http://URL.link/WikipediaForever #wikipedia
  12. On Facebook:
  13. 1. Update your status to let your friends know you’re supporting Wikipedia Forever:
  14. I just protected Wikipedia. Help keep it free. Share, everybody! http://URL.link/WikipediaForever
  15. 2. Then, update your profile pic on Facebook:
    • Save this image to your computer. On a PC, you can do this by right clicking your mouse on the image and choosing the option to "Save As." On a Mac, just drag the image to your desktop.
    • In Facebook, now click on the "Profile" link in the main top navigation.
    • Once you reach your profile page, simply click on your current profile picture. You will then have the option to upload your new profile picture.
Button phrases
  1. share
  2. Our shared knowledge. Our shared treasure.
  3. Thanks, Wikipedia.
  4. forever
  5. open
  6. free
  7. Writer
  8. Believer
  9. Reader
  10. Contributor
  11. Wikipedian
Header links
  1. Donate Now
  2. Show Your Support
  3. Share Your Story
  4. Donor Comments
  5. Stories
  6. Questions?
Five Facts About Wikipedia
  1. Five facts about Wikipedia — and how you can help keep it free.
  2. Fact #1: Wikipedia is run by a non-profit organization, the Wikimedia Foundation.
  3. Fact #2: Even though Wikipedia is one of the five most visited websites in the world, we employ fewer than 35 people.
  4. Fact #3: We support more than 100,000 volunteers who have contributed 14.3 million articles in 270 languages.
  5. Fact #4: We exist so that every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge.
  6. Fact #5: We depend on support from donors like you to keep Wikipedia running, and to keep it free. We ask only once a year – now is the time.
  7. Wikipedia is there when you need it. Now it needs you. Donate now.
Donor Comments
  1. Thanks be to all who share their knowledge
  2. Knowledge has the right to people.
  3. I can think of no university that has made a greater contribution to public education than has Wikipedia.
  4. Wikipedia's plethora of quality information is an unmeasurable contribution to this world.
  5. Wikipedia always has the answers I am looking for! Thank you so much for giving the great gift of knowledge to the world!!!
  6. A modern treasure on par with ancient Alexandria! Bravo!
  7. Wikipedia is one of the wonders of the modern world. It would be devastating if it were to somehow fail.
Additional Phrases
  1. People from all over the world have told us how Wikipedia has changed their lives. Thank you for telling us your story.