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How has offline Wikipedia affected you? The Wikimedia Foundation (the non-profit that supports Wikipedia) is looking for personal, diverse and inspiring stories about how offline Wikipedia affects the world. If you have a personal story that you would like to share, please contact: stories@kiwix.org. Thank you!

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Using the [http://www.translatewiki.net translatewiki.net] platform, Kiwix improves its localization on a daily basis. Translators from all over the world translate string by string the Kiwix user interface in their own mother tongue. It's pretty easy and we really need your help: we still need to download Kiwix in new languages, improve the current translations or translate new strings corresponding to new features. For the developers, we also still have strings which are hardcoded in the Kiwix source code, migrating them on translatewiki.net is a good start to step-in in the project.</translate>
Using the [http://translatewiki.net translatewiki.net] platform, Kiwix improves its localization on a daily basis. Translators from all over the world translate string by string the Kiwix user interface in their own mother tongue. It's pretty easy and we really need your help: we still need to download Kiwix in new languages, improve the current translations or translate new strings corresponding to new features. For the developers, we also still have strings which are hardcoded in the Kiwix source code, migrating them on translatewiki.net is a good start to step-in in the project.</translate>


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