MediaWiki doesn't yet support HTML 5, the standard for building web pages these days, but I think they will. And
WUaS MediaWiki in seeking to develop in all 7,938+ languages will need web authoring tools that support these. Adobe Dreamweaver (http://html-editor-software-review.toptenreviews.com) is excellent software for this, I think, but probably doesn't support all languages.
And MediaWiki is designed to work with Wikidata/Wikibase.
The openness of Creative Commons' licensing re CC WUaS will facilitate far-reaching free knowledge generation.
And WUaS here is now in German (partly thanks to Google Translate - https://translate.google.com - a kind of machine translation) ~
worlduniversityandschool.org/WUaS_En_Wiki ... > ... http://worlduniversityandschool.org/WUaS_De_Wiki.
And similarly Languages at WUaS MediaWiki is now too in German (again partly thanks to Google Translate) ~
http://worlduniversityandschool.org/WUaS_En_Wiki/index.php?title=Languages ... >
And similarly Nation States at WUaS MediaWiki is now too in German (partly thanks to Google Translate) ~
http://worlduniversityandschool.org/WUaS_En_Wiki/index.php?title=Nation_States ... >
Naja naja - Indian Cobra: WUaS is "coiled" in a sense with the new worlduniversityandschool.org/WUaS_En_Wiki ... > ... to go into all 7,938 languages in Wikidata / Wikibase with machine translation, Music as work ~ how flourishingly, fulsomely, and skillfully, and with great fun in the music-making itself (in Google Hangouts), as well?, To explore the musics of Italy WUaS, Japan WUaS, Scotland WUaS, Germany WUaS, Yet, Google Translate doesn't translate or support Scottish Gaelic, and MIT OCW Translated Courses aren't yet in Italian or Japanese, WUaS is seeking to explore putting the ~2300 CC MIT OCW courses in English, and Yale OYC into the infoboxes in Wikipedia/Wikidata for eventual machine learning, translation and AI developments, Now how will the Music Schools for ALL instruments in ALL languages coil for flourishing music generation? And Watsu (water shiatsu) :)?http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2016/01/naja-naja-indian-cobra-wuas-is-coiled.html