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Kanuri Wikipedia[edit]

dear@Liuxinyu970226 sorry to bother you here this issue of macrolanguages of kanuri its very complicated to us we are ready to take advices on how to over come this issue best and i hope to hear from you soon. Umargana1 (talk) 09:21, 23 January 2024 (UTC)Reply

Question and idea[edit]

Hello Liuxinyu970226, how are you doing?

I'd like to ask you to help me with something: I'd like to add some translation requests from Brazil related articles on the Chinese Wikipedia, but since I was unsure about the Google Translate results, I was unsure if it was ok to just submit it. The pages are those, and you may translate something if you find any interesting (I know that there are at least two variants of the Chinese language and I would be glad to see the pages on any of those): VLS-1 V01, V02, V03, List of Brazilian satellites, Paulo de Mello Bastos, Santos Dumont's experiments in Monaco, Aristides Leão, Félix I, Urânia Vanério, Brésil (spherical balloon), Pax airship disaster, Luís Gama (related 内托问题 could be expanded), 2022 Brazilian coup plot and the Legality Campaign.

While thinking about this, I've had an idea that might turn into an exciting discussion/proposal: with all of this history about the BRICS and its expansion, would it be possible or interesting to create an “BRICS User Group” to develop some exchange and support between the Wiki users from those countries? Something like that has been ever attempted? I'm picturing it as a way to create an “exchange of translations”, where articles from each country (or representing the relationship between each country - an example, none of the CBERS satellites articles are available in the Zh. Wiki) may be translated into any other language from the group. The group, hopefully, might also be a way to support the Wikis in minorities languages (while South Africa have the English language in an official status, it would be the group focus of supporting the Zulu Wiki) or being currently incubated. With the group expansion, I'd think that there might be a lot of small Wikis that may enjoy a general attention, while in the early stage the group may only focus on the main founding countries/languages (since at first the project would need to build a good user base).

What do you think?

Cheers, Erick Soares3 (talk) 21:50, 25 February 2024 (UTC)Reply

PS: The Projeto Portinari will perform the exposition of "War and Peace" by Candido Porinati at China at the end of this year (source). It might be relevant to also submit the Project's page for translation. Erick Soares3 (talk) 22:55, 25 February 2024 (UTC)Reply

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