Couple of days ago Telugu Wikipedia reached the mark of 50,000 articles. Telugu is second Indian language to reach that mark after Hindi.
This Sunday (July 10th, 2011), there will a TeWiki Marathon in Hyderabad. This wikithon is intended toâ€”
- improve of the quality of articles by reviewing the machine-translated articles and extending online articles
- help newbies with editing and formatting
For more details, see TeWiki Marathon page in Telugu Wikipedia.
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Andhra Jyothy, a popular Telugu daily, recently relaunched its website in Unicode. That’s a good news. With this launch, Andhra Jyothy joined Surya and Prajasakti, other Telugu dailies that already have their websites in Unicode.
Overall, the site is good. But, they could have done better, at least technically. Here are my (nit)picks:
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Telugu Wikipedia has just reached 3,000 member mark. It is the second Indian language Wikipedia to have more than 3,000 members. (Currently, Malayalam Wikipedia is in the first place with 3,163 members.)
However, at this moment, Telugu Wikipedia has more number of articles (36,196) than any other Indian languageWikipedia.
The following is a table showing article counts in various Indian language Wikipedias, as of 2007-09-10:
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Telugu Wikipedia reaches 30,000 articles! Currently, it has 2,622 registered users. It is the only Indian Language Wikipedia ever to have more than 20,000 articles.
However, it is good to see that 6 Indian Language Wikipedias (Telugu, Manipuri, Bengali, Hindi, Tamil and Marathi) have crossed 10,000 article mark. The following table shows the number of articles and registered users (as I write) in each of the Indian Language Wikipedias.