A Cologne-based company called Sevenval has developed an application that converts webpages into WAP pages, stripping the original HTML code to its leanest, mainly function-oriented essentials. One of their pilot projects is Wikipedia, which they enabled for the mobile as a getsure of goodwill. According to Sevenval’s website, the mobile Wikipedia is accessible in all currently available languages, and it auto-detects language settings on mobile phones that browse to the URL.
I would love to see this ported to the Wikitravel project as well. I’m travelling in Greece next month, and while I wouldn’t expect to be updating any wikitravel pages T9-style, you can bet I’d read them on my mobile if they were available!