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Welcome to OTPedia, the TED Open Translation Project wiki!

The goal of OTPedia is to help the OTP community share information, tips, tricks and lessons. This wiki is a community resource. Together, we are responsible for maintaining it.

The OTP now also includes TEDxTalks and TED-ED talks!

Selected articles

Interesting things happen to TED Translators at TED events. Enjoy the read!
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What will you find on OTPedia?

New on OTPedia: Ask Mrs Jeeves!

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Every week, Mrs Jeeves selects one of the Letters she received from TED Translators from all over the world. This week, a fellow named Teddy calls for help. Somehow, he volunteered to translate a text into Subtitlese, and he has no clue as to where to start...
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TED has the astonishing humanizing force to share knowledge in its entire variety of possibilities. This diversity is shown by people transmitting thoughts, ideas and perspectives about the world from a range of disciplines and backgrounds. This amazing humanizing power is also shown by the effort which volunteers from all over the world devote to transcribing, translating and reviewing published talks in the Open Translation Project. By subtitling in a huge amount of languages, the TED Translators contribute to the democratization of knowledge and validate Jonathan Zittrain’s thesis of the Web as random acts of kindness: I was trying to think of the right model to describe this form of random acts of kindness by geeky strangers. You know, it's just like the hail goes out and people are ready to help. And it turns out this model is everywhere, once you start looking for it.

Lidia Cámara, Spanish TED Translator

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