Thank you, William, Jim and all,
This list of some 9000 languages (and their countries) - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jS7aKMoUgWokzJVW2VSXDfDRoFJGdBnVwSWbas3oS7c/edit?usp=sharing - in a spreadsheet is an amazing development because each of these languages, in this list, will become an open editable wiki school in that language (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Languages), and the larger languages will become accrediting universities in their nation states (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Nation_States), and also the basis for an Universal Translator.
If we can identify the size of the populations of the largest 1400 languages (which constitute about 99% of the worlds' speakers, I think), this will become the basis of a Course in 1000+ languages ... see - http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2015/03/beluga-whale-course-in-1000-languages.html - where you'll also find the audio recording and slides of my ISSIP talk on Wed. March 11, 2015.
Suggestions for adding their populations of native speakers to this list? (I can give you access to this spreadsheet in the cloud if needed).