Microsoft Research in collaboration with Wikipedia launched the project WikiBhasha
Microsoft Research, in collaboration with Wikipedia, launched the WikiBhasha project (Bhasha means “language” in Sanskrit). This project is intended for those Wikipedia editors who want to localize English-language articles (usually much more complete) into their own language.
WikiBhasha is an open source project released under the Apache 2.0 license. The project allows you to simplify the process of localizing content when translating from English to more than 30 languages. WikiBhasha uses the Collaborative Translations Framework, a cloud-based platform that allows the community to work together to translate a text.
Details of the launch of the project and reviews of the WTOM WikiMedia Foundation can be found in the official press release . ')
The video below presents the project itself and the process of working with it: