Over the next few days Defiance will be releasing in a number of countries. This is very exciting for me as a fan, but it also marks a point where my life is going to become "Very Busy". The Plan in regards to the languages is pretty straight forward, but time consuming so please be patient. Once an episode airs, myself and anyone else interested will begin transcribing what we believe is being said and it's provided translations. It will be added to the unconfirmed wiki page for that language for anyone to peruse. All going well, discussions on the forum (or IRC - #Votan on the Learn Navi network - I'll get the details in the forums soon). We will then do what we can to get it confirmed, spelling corrected (and any other snippets of information) by the language creator David J. Peterson. He is however a very busy busy man, so again, patience while this is done.
Once a word/sentence is confirmed we'll have to go through and see if we can figure out the grammar rules (what does ksa do to a sentence ) and check if a word has been modified. No point adding something to the dictionary only to find that it actually has an additional meaning because of an character at the end. A word with high confidence it will get added to the dictionary, and from there added to the Memrise lessons.
The memrise lessons will lag behind the online dictionary as I would prefer not to have to change things on there part way through. Also, some things do not translate easily (hagisi for example is an Irathient insult used toward Liberata. How do you boil that down to one or two words in English?) making them difficult to add in an easy to use manner.
This is a fan based effort, so the more the merrier. If you are interested in helping out (don't have to be a hard core linguist!) sign up on the forms and introduce yourself. If you are just after some words, the Language Wiki is the best option as it has a vocabulary in it (currently Votan to English only - Small enough at the moment to not be a big problem). If you are looking at learning, the wiki and the memrise lessons would be my best suggestion, as well as practice. Especially once we start getting grammar rules.