I think the following offer ways into developing in different languages in Wikipedia/Wikidata, very relevant to CC WUaS's plans to develop wiki schools in all 7,870 languages - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Languages ...
Brad Jorsch (Anomie)
Interesting and thanks. And how does ContentHandler - https://phabricator.wikimedia.
org/T89733 - "Allow ContentHandler to expose structured data to the search engine" work generally, and particularly vis-a-vis adding further languages to Wikipedia's 288, for example? What's the process for "wiki-adding" languages here hypothetically?
Landing pages for partners
Hey folks :) In my job I get approached by institutions, companies and so on about getting involved in Wikidata. Over and over again I have to explain the very basics like "no you can not just dump your data here" or "yes it will be open to editing by anyone" or "yes you can use our data but it'd still be awesome if you give credit". Since me telling this over and over again does not scale any longer I started two landing pages - one for partners who want to use data from Wikidata and one for partners who want to donate data to Wikidata. They're in my user space at User:LydiaPintscher/Donating data and User:LydiaPintscher/Using data. This should also be a great resource for anyone else who gets approached about such topics since I am sure I am not the only one. It'd be lovely if you would help me expand them and make sure they reflect community consensus. Edit away. Depending on feedback I'd love to move them to the project namespace next weekend. --LydiaPintscher (talk) 09:58, 7 March 2015 (UTC)