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Provide some kind of on-the-fly translation - E.g. French to English
The Stack Exchange Translation Project

We are looking for a Q&A forum that will support the following use case:

  1. User A posts a question in Simplified Chinese
  2. This question is immediately machine translated into English and the translated text is added to the original question
  3. User B answers the question in English
  4. The answer is immediately machine translated into Chinese and the translated test is added to the answer.

The purpose is to minimize human translation in order to speed up the communication.

A similar scenario is largely supported by Drupal. Is something similar available in Stack Exchange?

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marked as duplicate by Piskvor, kiamlaluno, jonsca, Cody Gray, YOU Sep 5 '11 at 7:41

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See the FAQ entry about English. – Pops Aug 25 '11 at 14:12
To my knowledge, you can't harness the new SE model for your own "forum", even if it did support this - for me, this makes the question a redundant one, unless I'm missing something. – Grant Thomas Aug 25 '11 at 14:14
possible duplicate of The Stack Exchange Translation Project, also this and many others. – Piskvor Aug 25 '11 at 14:31
@MrD, It's not redundant, it should be a feature-request though. I imagine the OP's point is that SE would create and host this site. – Lance Roberts Aug 25 '11 at 14:32
The Google Translate API is your friend. – Fosco Aug 25 '11 at 14:33

No, nothing like this is available on Stack Exchange.

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