**[If you would like to help with the Romanian translations, contact me on this topic or via private messaging]**

**Translations Website**

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Hi,

I have developed a website where Romanian translations are accessible: http://projecteuler.radumurzea.net/. As you can see, not all problems are translated. This is a massive task and is going to take a very long time, especially because Project Euler continues to publish new problems (about 50 per year).

The reason why I do this is to give something back. For me, the most basic core of Project Euler is a revolution in learning. It's a great idea and it's very needed in a world where education is a disgusting disaster, even (or especially) in the most developed countries. By translating the problems, this fantastic idea is made accessible to even more people. I just want to make that happen. For real. And I'm willing to dedicate many hours for this.

To the Project Euler team: Congratulations for your fantastic work over many years. Don't ever ever ever ever think about quitting from this. Because you'll regret it.... you should regret it.

**GreaseMonkey Translations Script**

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I have also developed a GreaseMonkey script that allows viewing Project Euler translations directly on

**projecteuler.net**. At first, this functionality worked only for Romanian translations, but now the current version offers access to the

**Russian, German and Korean**translations as well. For these 3 new languages, it may feel a little slow (read the changelog).

The script can be found here: https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/4899- ... translator and here: https://openuserjs.org/scripts/SoboLAN/ ... Translator.

**Tagging System**

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I've seen this feature requested a few times here on the forums. And it seems like a great idea. I am of course talking about sorting the problems into categories: geometry problems, cryptography problems, problems that involve prime numbers, sequences, data processing, combinatorics etc.

Finding problems that involve certain topics among the 400+ existing problems is not an issue I as a member want to deal with. Which is why I believe this to have a lot of potential and the ability to make it much much easier for members to find problems about topics that interest them.

I've implemented this system on the Romanian translations website. You can read more about it on its dedicated thread: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=3051.