Like the Wikia Language Brigade, there are a couple of other wiki projects where users work together for internationalization or localization, making wikis and other resources available in as many languages as possible. This page lists wiki projects similar or related to the Wikia Language Brigade that you may find interesting or worth checking out.
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You have probably already heard of Wikipedia's little brother Wiktionary: a collaborative web-based dictionary of the Wikimedia Foundation that contains words in more than 150 languages. Its goal is to produce a free, multilingual dictionary with definitions, etymologies, pronunciations, sample quotations, synonyms, antonyms and translations.
Wikia Translators is the main wiki for all languages that are not covered by Wikia Staff and the IVT. Languages that do not have their own Staff or Helpers can request their own Wikia spotlight here.
Like Wiktionary, translatewiki.net is also a MediaWiki translation project, where over 6000 translators translate system messages and other text for different MediaWiki projects, including Wikia.
OmegaWiki is a collaborative project to produce a free, multilingual resource in every language, with lexicological, terminological and thesaurus information. OmegaWiki is also the first implementation of the Wikidata technology. Wikidata brings relational data to MediaWiki.