Hugo Chávez Is Still Not Dead

There are articles about Chávez in Wikipedias in ninety-six languages. He’s still not dead according to thirteen of them:

  1. Cantonese (about the language) – FIXED
  2. Central Bikol (about the language) – FIXED
  3. Ido (about the language) – FIXED
  4. Ladino (about the language) – FIXED
  5. Min Nan (about the language)
  6. Ossetic (about the language) – FIXED
  7. Papiamento (about the language) – FIXED
  8. Samogitian (about the language) – FIXED
  9. Sicilian (about the language) – FIXED
  10. Somali (about the language)
  11. Upper Sorbian (about the language) – FIXED
  12. Võro (about the language) – FIXED
  13. Walloon (about the language) – FIXED

Looking at the different language Wikipedias often brings about other useful things. For example, Chávez’ death date was marked in the Manx Wikipedia, but the name of the month of March was spelled incorrectly, so I corrected it. In the Russian Wikipedia I noticed that the banner that invites people to Wikimania 2013 in Hong Kong is translated incorrectly, and I corrected it.

If you know one of the above languages, consider adding the death date of Hugo Chávez to the articles, and writing some other things there, too. Millions of people will appreciate your contribution.

1 Response to “Hugo Chávez Is Still Not Dead”


  1. 1 simashimony 2013-06-12 at 12:44

    הי אמיר,
    נהניתי לקרוא על הוגו צ’ווז (או איך שכותבים אותו).וגם האנימייטד חתול הצחיק אותי. פעם הייתי מכינה כאלה גם. תודה. ובנוסף – בעצם חיפשתי את ההתייחסות שלך מאמרים השנויים במחלוקת בוויקיפדיה. לא מצאתי. אני רוצה לכתוב משהו בנושא זה, וחשבתי שאולי כדאי שאני אבין אותו קודם. יש לך עניין לשתף פעולה בנושא?
    אשמח לכל רמז או הכוונה.
    תודה! כל טוב,


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