There are two types of forums: Forums for discussing Scratch in languages other than English, and a forum for discussing the translation of the Scratch interface.
There are forums for the following languages:
|Indonesian (Bahasa Indonesia)||36|
In each forum, excluding the African forum, there is a stickied topic called [Language name] only forum, with the message:
An example can be seen here.
If a Scratcher wishes to discuss Scratch in a language that does not have its own forum, they can propose for the language to be made into its own forum in the Translating Scratch forum. Once a language gets enough support there, a forum will be made for it. In the meanwhile, a Scratcher may use the Other Languages forum to post in other languages.
Languages Forums are mostly used by Scratch communities of non English speaking countries and those who can speak English and foreign languages too. The French and Japanese speaking Scratch communities are most active in their forums. The German Scratch community has also a German wiki here. Some language forums are not very active, such Norweigan and Catalan; most native English speaking Scratchers do not accurately know those languages, and would rather post in the original English forums.
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