This project started earlier this year with the goal of making Python more accessible to non-native speakers of English. A personal goal of mine was to get a current survey of what is available in the way of Python information in languages other than English.
Christmas Day I received an autogenerated e-mail notifying me of changes to the ArabicLanguage page. Anass Ahmed had built upon the work of Ahmed Youssef (author of Prayertime) and placed a Wikipedia-like general info on Python section into the page. What didn't exist five months ago is now on par with the Thai and Russian pages, both of which are pretty robust.
Update: Ahmed Y. got with me and let me know there were some problems with the Arabic page and the Wikipedia-like entry. @siah on twitter had previously tweeted that some of the direct translations (Python = Pybon) were a bit comical. Well, all I can say is it's nice having some Arabic speakers covering your back.
I personally am intrigued by the possibilities that Python3 offers for unicode identifiers. The coolest thing I've found on this end of things is a couple of PDF links on the Khmer (Cambodian) page. Python 3.0 had hardly come out when an author or authors put together two quality pdf docs almost entirely in Khmer. Python keywords and imported library names are the only English in the docs.
There are a few more nuggets in the language pages. The definition of nugget will vary according to your interests, your skill level, and your programming tastes. Please feel free to add to the pages; they are by no means complete.
Thanks to Rami Chowdhury, vid svashka, Kirby Urner, and a host of others for their encouragement, advice, and ideas on this project. Special thanks to the many bilingual pythonistas and friends of the Python community who contributed code snippets, texts, and links.