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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.
JS-1 Latn-N Cyrl-2 Grek-2 Hang-2
Ogam-2 Geor-0.5 IPA-1

I am more active at English Wiktionary, where I am a sysop: my page there.

Guide to my BabelBox[edit]

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).