When you follow the instructions on the main page of translatewiki.net, you
fulfil the requirements of getting translator rights at translatewiki.net.
As an administrator at twn, I am quite keen to see proper localisation of
Indic languages and particularly Hindi. If you have problems, we have a
Support page where you can bring your issues.

As a member of the language committee, I can inform you that there are at
this stage 164 messages of core MediaWiki that need localisation and 871
messages of the main messages. For Wikisource there are additional
requirements that is, the extensions for Wikisource need to be localised as

If you have any questions or need any help, you can contact me. You can also
contact me when the localisation is done in order to expedite the process of
realising a new Wiki.


On 26 November 2010 16:09, Anirudh Bhati <anirudh...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear Hindi Wikimedians,
> A proposal was made in May 2008 to incubate and start-up the Hindi
> Wikisource Project.  Before the transition, the Oldwikisource Hindi
> project had over 1500 pages.  This content needs to be exported to a
> new Wikisource platform which has not yet been approved because Hindi
> interface requires further translation of messages.  There are over
> 250 messages that need to be translated before the project may be
> approved.  This should be treated on a priority basis.
> If you are interested in supporting the localization efforts, please
> visit the proposal page on Meta[1] and comment.  If you require
> translator rights assigned on translatewiki.net please contact either
> John Vandenberg[2] or me offlist.  Thanks.
> [1]
> http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Requests_for_new_languages/Wikisource_Hindi
> [2] jayvdb at gmail dot com
> anirudh
> 00 91 9328712208
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