Pieter Jansegers

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Subject: Wikipedia in Planned Languages ( was Re: Wikipedia in Ido) From: "Donald J. HARLOW" <[log in to unmask]> Reply-To: International Auxiliary Languages <[log in to unmask]> Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 17:09:53 -0800 Content-Type: text/plain Parts/Attachments: Parts/Attachments text/plain (32 lines) For the interested, here are figures for numbers of articles as of today (last figures, somewhat more than a month and a half ago, in parentheses) Esperanto - eo.wikipedia.org - 19,608 (18,133) Ido - io. wikipedia.org - 1,906 (1,180) Interlingua - ia.wikipedia.org - 1,352 (1,386) Interlingue - ie.wikipedia.org - 150 (118) Lojban - jbo.wikipedia.org - 60 (35) Klingon - tlh.wikipedia.org - 50 (48) Volapuk - vo.wikipedia.org - 44 (44) Klingon and Volapuk remain stagnant; Interlingua has (again) actually _lost_ some articles and has been passed by Ido, whose presence in the Wikipedia world remains (relatively) small but is growing nicely. Both Interlingue and Lojban show good growth, within the limits imposed by small-number statistics. Lojban, which was formerly at the bottom of the list, has now climbed above both Volapuk and Klingon, the latter of which -- despite the comment in the article from "Wyborcza" that I just posted -- seems to be very small and very stagnant. I've removed Toki Pona from the list. The on-line news/opinion/zine "Libera Folio" ( http://www.liberafolio.org/ ) reports today that the Esperanto Wikipedia appears to be the most popular Esperanto site on-line, with some 3000 visits daily. -- Don HARLOW http://www.webcom.com/~donh/don/don.html Opinions (in English): http://www.harlows.org/don/opinions/ Esperanto (in English): http://www.harlows.org/don/esperanto/ Literaturo (Esperante): http://donh.best.vwh.net/Esperanto/Literaturo


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