This article lists all 326 languages for which official Wikipedias have been produced under the Wikimedia Foundation’s aegis. There are now 315 active Wikipedias, including 11 that have been shuttered and relocated to the Wikimedia Incubator for continued development. The Wikimedia Incubator is working on developing content in additional languages; languages that satisfy specific requirements may receive their own wikis. The table items are sorted by the number of articles currently available. Each entry includes statistics on articles, edits, administrators, users, active users, and images, as well as the language’s “local name” (i.e. in the language itself, linked to the language’s wiki article); the language code used in the wiki’s URL address and interwiki links to it (linked to the local Main Page); and statistics on articles, edits, administrators, users, active users, and images (most linked to an appropriate local special page). Please review our language proposal policy and the Incubator handbook if you want to create a Wikipedia in a new language. Note that just posting a link here does not establish a new Wikipedia or qualify as a request for one. Please publish a notification on this article’s discussion page, providing a link to any relevant Wikipedia articles, and help promote the effort by announcing it on the Wikipedia-L mailing list and at Wikimedia News, if a wiki becomes active and is not included here. Because the tables here are routinely rewritten by a bot (using automatically acquired data from each wiki), any updates made to individual entries will be lost within a short time and are therefore largely unneeded. Post about it on the discussion page if anything is wrong with an entry that isn’t just slightly outdated numbers.
All languages in the active Wikipedias category of List of Wikipedias are included, as well as a few “relatively active” languages. This page’s data is automatically updated and organized every day. Purge Because many users have active accounts on many wikis, total numbers of active users does not really refer to the total number of distinct active users, but rather the total number of active registered accounts on all wikis for each group of languages (and some users have several active accounts on the same wiki, for different roles or types of operations, e.g. when acting as an official member of a working team or as a bot).