I referred in a previous post to the idea of translating collaboratively book 1 of the Chronicle of Eusebius into English, and setting it up so that anyone could just contribute stuff — no approvals, passwords, etc.
I’ve now put online the entries for the second chunk, starting with more material from Alexander Polyhistor using Berossus.
I’ve made it editable so that anyone can enter stuff. Each sentence is separately editable. There’s no passwords or logons involved. Anyone can edit anything by just pressing the edit button.
If you know any Latin at all, or German, why not buzz over to this page and contribute a sentence or two?