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When indicating your language(s), note the convention about denoting language level in Wikimedia projects:

  • If you speak a language natively and perfectly, just write the language code, without adding a number. For example, if your native language is Indonesian , just write "id" or "id-N" to signify a native fluency level.
  • For specifying non-native knowledge of a language, you can add a number next to the language code. The meaning of each number is as follows:
    • 1. Basic ability: enough to understand written material or simple questions in this language.
    • 2. Intermediate ability: enough for wiki editing or discussions.
    • 3. Advanced level: you can write in this language with no problem, although occasionally small errors might occur.
    • 4. "Near-native" level: although it's not your first language from birth, your fluency with it is similar to that of a native speaker.
    • 5. Professional proficiency: For example, you studied this language academically, or you are a professional translator.

Country Username Languages Arrival Departure Comment
GB United Kingdom Deryck Chan yue, en-4, zh-4, de-2, ja-2, el-1 TBC TBC I might travel to Katowice. If not I'll dial in online.