Hi Houcemeddine Turki, and Wikidatans,
Thanks for your email.
World University and School, which shared itself with Wikidata in 2015, and seeks to develop wiki schools for open teaching and learning in all 7,099 living languages in those languages (where there are 8,461 entries in languages in Glottolog; here are links to the main lists of languages I know of - https://scott-macleod.
blogspot.com/2017/11/ evolution-of-sexual- reproduction-glad.html - from Wikipedia with 299 to CC-4 MIT OpenCourseWare with 5 languages). As a consequence of Creative Commons' licensed World Univ. and Sch. donating ourselves to Wikidata for co-development in 2015, CC-licensed WUaS got a new Miraheze Mediawiki last year, 2017, (which isn't yet interoperating with Wikidata), and here's the main languages' page https://wiki. worlduniversityandschool.org/ wiki/Languages planned for all 8,461 language entries in Glottolog (with major online universities planned in all ~200 countries' https://wiki. worlduniversityandschool.org/ wiki/Nation_States - around CC-4 MIT OCW).
The Arabic language dialects / languages (mutual intelligibility is one succinct definition of a language) will emerge from this wiki as a kind of template - http://worlduniversity.wikia.
com/wiki/Arabic_language - again planned in each of all of these dialects / languages.
(Big shout out, and hearty thanks, to Reception123 and the Voidwalker for helping developing WUaS in Miraheze Mediawiki thus far).
Having donated World Univ and Sch to Wikidata, WUaS seeks to explore full further collaboration possibilities with Wikimedia/Wikipedia/Wikidata with regards especially to all languages and language communities.
Dear Mr. or Ms.,
I thank you for your efforts. I ask if Wikidata can be adjusted to support all Arabic dialects. The Arabic dialects are: North Levantine Arabic (apc), South Levantine Arabic (ajp), Gulf Arabic (afb), Hejazi Arabic (acw), Najdi Arabic (ars), Hadhrami Arabic (ayh), Sanaani Arabic (ayn), Ta'izzi-Adeni Arabic (acq), Mesopotamian Arabic (acm), Cypriot Arabic (acy), Egyptian Arabic (arz), Northwest Arabian Arabic (avl), Sudanese Arabic (apd), Bahrani Arabic (abv), Libyan Arabic (ayl), Tunisian Arabic (aeb-arab), Algerian Arabic (arq), Moroccan Arabic (ary), Hassaniya Arabic (mea), Saharan Arabic (aao), and Chadian Arabic (shu).
Languages' counts are developing ...
- Wikipedia now officially has 299 languages -
"This is the list of the different language editions of Wikipedia; as of November 2017 there are 299 Wikipedias of which 288 are active and 11 are not."
- Glottlog is up to 8,461 entries in languages -
Showing 1 to 100 of 8,461 entries"
- Ethnologue is holding steady at 7,099 living languages -
"Find, read about, and research the world's 7,099 known living languages."
- IS0 639 has 7,865 plus local range of ... each a database too -
- And CC-4 MIT OCW is down to 5 languages -
Mutual intelligibility is one straightforward definition of language.