Now that we have over two dozen articles in each of two or three languages other than English, with a huge influx of Dutch envisaged, I think it's time to revise Genealogy:Multilingual articles, which I've just skimmed through again.
I noticed the reference to having such articles as subpages, independently of info pages. That may need a change of emphasis, now that info pages are beginning to dominate.
Other pages about language may need changing too. This would be a good place to discuss them all together. It is a while since a forum dealt with the subject (apart from the brief update to Forum:This Wikia is now multilingual).
One week later, SMW was introduced. It may change much of what we do with articles. Both of the abovementioned pages are in the process of being augmented. Any discussion that is wider than just "articles" would be best on Forum:This Wikia is now multilingual, and some useful background will be found on Forum:SMW. — Robin Patterson (Talk) 09:50, 3 June 2009 (UTC)