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WikiProject Constructed Languages
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...that the auxiliary languages Ido and Esperanto both have their own versions of Wikipedia?
...that Newspeak, used by George Orwell in his novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, is interpreted as a hidden critique against universal languages by some?
...that Sequoya, a Cherokee silversmith, created the Cherokee syllabary, despite being illiterate at the time?

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Welcome to the WikiProject concerning Constructed languages. Our goal is to create and improve articles about this subject.

If you would like to help, please inquire on the talk page and see the to-do list there.

For more information on WikiProjects, please see Wikipedia:WikiProjects and Wikipedia:WikiProject best practices.



  • Observing, maintaining, organising and improving all articles on Wikipedia relating to constructed languages.
  • Providing a reliable source of information regarding constructed languages, available on request.


  • Expanding and improving articles about conlangs, especially notable ones;
  • Making sure that all current conlang articles meet certain criteria, such as:
  • Discussing a list of conlangs that arguably deserve articles (the "Things you can do" section on Portal:Constructed languages could serve as a starting point);
  • Nominating non-notable and/or non-verifiable articles for deletion; moving them to the FrathWiki if warranted;
  • NPOVing conlang articles added by self-interested creators; and
  • Reviving a more viable policy proposal from WP:CONLANG.

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WikiProject Constructed Languages
Esperanto task force


  • Take inventory of all articles pertaining to Esperanto by adding the task force's tag and assessing their quality
  • Improve the quality of existing articles pertaining to Esperanto
  • Identify possible new articles and create them
  • Maintain the quality of existing Esperanto articles that have already attained high quality


The Esperanto task force covers:

  • Esperanto itself and its grammatical structure and makeup
  • The history of Esperanto
  • Esperanto culture
  • Esperanto organizations
  • The Esperanto movement
  • Key people in the Esperanto movement
  • All other articles that in some way pertain to Esperanto


The Esperanto task force is currently undertaking or preparing to undertake the following projects:

User talk pages[edit]

Add the template User ETF to your talk page:  
Flag of Esperanto cropped.pngThis user supports the Esperanto Task Force.
Ĉi tiu uzanto asistas la Esperanto-laborgrupon.

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