Jhana4 wrote:Has the entire Pali Canon been translated into English?
All except about two books from the Abhidhamma and I think one or two from Khuddaka Nikaya.
If so, have all the translations been done by the same person or group?
Pali Text Society http://www.palitext.com/
has the most extensive collection of the entire Canon except about three books. Wisdom Publications has many of the Suttas translated by Bhikkhu Bodhi
Has it been translated into other languages?
If not, is it fair to say that the most important parts of the Pali Canon have been translated into English or are there still significant nuggets left to be dug out?
From what I have read and heard, the best stuff is all available in English.
Any opinions about the quality of the various English translations available?
Bhikkhu Bodhi has the best translations, in my opinion.
Is the entire Pali Canon online? A significant portion of what is available in English or is there still a long way to go?
In Pali, but not English. Large parts are available at:http://www.dhammawiki.com/index.php?tit ... Pali_Canonhttp://www.accesstoinsight.org/
Is there a museum one can go to see the actual palm leaf copies of the Pali Canon?
In Sri Lanka, they continue the tradition of writing the Canon on the leaves and re-doing every year or so, when the leaves start to wilt.