Metaknowlege is, according to its page, knowledge about a preselected knowledge. You can't know until you know what you need to know. Which is what Wikipedia is for.
|Some languages and other things of note.
|Please read my disclaimer before my BabelBox|
|en||This user is a native speaker of English.|
|la-3||Hic usuarius callidissima latinitate contribuere potest.|
|it-1||Questo utente può contribuire con un livello semplice di italiano.|
|enm-1||Þes user haþ a groundwal knowleche of Englisch.|
|tpi-2||Dispela yusa i save hap hap long Tok Pisin.|
|es-0.5||Este usuario entiende español con mucha dificultad.|
|etc-0.5||Lenei tagata mafai sao ma se laugatasi le mea muamua o gagana Polenisia.|
Guide to my BabelBox
Warning: my numbering is funky. Trust this userbox at your own peril.
My numbers go like this:
3 = I put a lot of effort into this one and really got serious with it.
2 = I know the script very well but I'm bad with the language that goes with it.
1 = I can understand a lot of it, but rarely can I respond without looking something up first.
0 = I won't claim it, but I know enough about it to feel comfortable adding entries on Wiktionary.
(Most Polynesian languages fall into this category too, but they don't have templates for it).