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Hi, :)

You are contacted because you know at least one of the following languages: ar (Arabic), fr (French), ja (Japanese),
en (English), es (Spanish), ru (Russian) and we need your help in building an algorithm that can align Wikipedia article sections across languages.

If you are interested, please:
* Start from the sheet that you have received a link for. (Note that only one sheet is editable by you.)
* For each row of the spreadsheet, read section titles 1 and 2 in the first two columns.
If you expect the content of such sections in the specific Wikipedia language to be the same, choose "same" as the
relation between the two sections. If you do not expect the content to be the same, but the content will have overlap,
choose "overlap". If you expect the content of the sections to be different, choose "different".
* Use Column C to enter your assessment.

Remember:
* If you don't know the relation between two sections, just skip them. Please don't guess. :)
* Take advantage of auto-complete. Do not override autocomplete options. Ideally, we want all entries in the tab assigned to you to be labeled, but please do as many as you can.

If you have feedback about this task, please let us know: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T184213.
If you need a private way to communicate feedback, please do it at leila@wikimedia.org.

Thank you!

[1] We are building an algorithm that will align article sections across Wikipedia languages. The
algorithm has important use-cases, for example, it will help us build structures for articles of
specific types in many languages. The Content Translation tool can also benefit from it as it will
remove a major research barrier for the tool to be able to surface translation options for
articles about the same item that already exist in source and destination languages.
We're sure there are more use-cases out there. :) To do this, we need your help.
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