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Medžuviki is a resource and open encyclopedia written in the zonal auxiliary language of Interslavic (Medžuslovjansky / Меджусловјанскы). The wiki has its origins and is a combination of two separate wikis and three precursor Interslavic language projects (Slovianski, Slovioski, Novoslověnsky), the first founded on 18 June 2006 by Gabriel Sloboda, and the second in December 2009 by Jan van Steenbergen, formerly hosted on Wikinet (a domain of Wikkii) and Orain, and since May 2017 on Miraheze.
- Please see: Interslavic article of the same or similar name or subject on the English Wikipedia wiki site.
The wiki is based on the style of various interlanguage Wikipedias, particularly inspired by the Lingua Franca Nova, another constructed language which was granted its own ISO 639 code. Its aim is to write articles vital for any Wikipedia project, as well as the Interslavic language itself.
Medžuviki is written in both Latin and Cyrillic scripts, since Interslavic treats languages of Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian, Serbo-Croatian (Croatian, Serbian, Montenegrin and Bosnian), Bulgarian, and Macedonian equally.