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I wish you a productive and pleasant stay. Cheers! Siebrand 11:15, 21 January 2008 (UTC)
Little help for Kiswahili
I saw that you joined the translators engaged in Betawiki, for the Kiswahili. I allow myself this small message for the following thing:
I belong at a small community which promotes the international language auxiliary Kotava (ISO 639-3 avk), of which one of the principal characteristics is to be very turned and present to Africa. Thus we have speakers of Lingala, Malagasy, Zulu and Bambara languages. The Kiswahili is also in our principal concerns.
Universal encyclopaedia in Kotava : quite complete whole of articles about Tanzania :
- Bilingual Kotava/Kiswahili dictionary : (2664 entries)
- Linguistic and lexical wiki encyclopaedia of Kotava : in completion, with in particular of many words translated into kiswahili.
We would like to have this page translated into Kiswahili. Would you be interested to bring your help to us?
Regards. Mshale kwenda msituni haukupotea !
You can contact me here or on WM Meta: , or directly by emailuser (not enabled by you, it seems)
Wikimistusik 14:32, 21 January 2008 (UTC)
- Hi Wikimitusik. In general, I don't do "free" translations for Swahili, because otherwise I would spend all my time translating. However, I will be happy to translate in exchange for a donation to the Kamusi Project, of a size in keeping with the amount of work involved. Cheers, Malangali 12:01, 24 January 2008 (UTC)