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Every once in a while, someone talks about getting Greek on LingQ. After having tried unsuccessfully to get people to read Ancient Greek texts in order to make content for that language, I thought I'd move to Modern Greek, where there are presumably enough native speakers whose arms we might twist to get them to read some basic texts (such as the Who is She text that Steve wrote).
I'm going to go to italki and see if I can meet up with enough native Greeks to find some people to make content for us. But before hand, I have two questions:
1) Who's interested?
2) How can we get LingQ to make us a "playbox" of sorts, where we can upload and test content before Modern Greek becomes an official language here? I'd like to have Google Translate and a couple of dictionaries working for Greek, something I can't do by just uploading texts to the Esperanto slot.
Finally, how did Ukranian become a supported language here? Was there enough content to make it an official language, or did Steve just make it happen?