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- Wikiquote in other languages – other languages
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- Wikisource, a collection of public domain source texts used on Wikipedia.
- Indymedia is similar to Wikipedia as a radically transparent information collection and synthesis network for ordinary people, but is different in that it's focussed primarily on new information on current events and is strongly based in local, non-virtual, autonomous citizens' groups. (See w:Indymedia for background.)