Sanskrit Wikisource needs translators.

There are about 60 messages which are needed before Wikisource can
start doing quality work

On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 4:59 AM, Shiju Alex <> wrote:
> Dear All,
> As mentioned in the last two mails, as part of the Indic Languages
> initiatives of India Programs, I have been having detailed discussions with
> a wide range of Indic language wikipedians for the past few weeks.  I
> already shared the summary of the discussions I had with with the Assamese
> and Hindi wikimedians.
> Today I'm sharing a summary of the discussions I had with the Sanskrit
> wikipedians. It is available here:
> I must say the progress made by Sanskrit wiki projects in the past 2 years
> is marvelous, especially considering the fact that its speaker base is too
> low (compared to the rest of the 20 indic languages having wikipedia). The
> amount of activism is  Sanskrit wikisource is also very high. I am sure
> Sanskrit wiki community is the one wiki community that is going
> to utilize all the sister projects at its fullest.
> Sanskrit wiki workshops are happening all over the country. Today I attended
> a Sanskrit wiki workshop in a Sanskrit institution at New Dellhi. In Delhi
> itself Sanskrit wikipedians are planning many other Sanskrit wiki
> activities. With so many volunteers involved in the projects I am sure
> Sanskrit is going to make good progress.
> Inviting your comments on the talk page.
> Regards,
> Shiju Alex
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