We were requested to give input on <
https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T230382>: "Remove aliases `minnan` and
`zh-cfr` for the Min Nan Wikipedia". This concerns interwiki links only.
Does anyone have any thoughts? Personally, I don't see what speaks against
the removal, if these are unused.
Could the language committee have a position in regards to this open issue?
We are stalling work until this is addressed.
It is an important part of identity/branding before we go further and
actively and publicly invite new users.
Thank you very much.
I would like to suggest the approval of Shan Wikibooks (shnwikibooks) .
This is a little bit special, because in all of LangCom's history, we have
only approved 2 Wikibooks projects! One in 2010, and one in 2017.
By comparison, the Shan Wikipedia was approved in 2018, Shan Wiktionary in
2020 and Shan Wikivoyage in 2022, so at this rate it won't be long until
there are more Shan projects than there are Wikimedia projects. ;-)
The localization  is very good, and the activity levels  have been
stable pretty much since the very beginning of the test project, and that's
not something you see very often.
If there are no objections within a week, I will post on [[Talk:Language
committee]], and then we take it from there.
Jon Harald Søby
I would like to suggest the approval of the Wayuu Wikipedia (gucwiki) .
There was a lot of activity in this test Wikipedia back in 2012–2013, but
unfortunately it failed to stick (maybe because LangCom were too slow to
approve?), but last year and this year the activity has picked up again,
and the number of edits and editors for both 2021 and 2022 is looking good
(some lulls here and there, but that can happen anywhere) .
The localization is looking good – almost all of the most used messages
have been translated, so getting the last few ones translated as well
should be no problem. 
As for verification, I don't think it is necessary for this language –
Oscar from Wikimedia Venezuela has worked a lot with the community, so he
can confirm that it is indeed the right language.
If there are no objections, I will proceed with the next steps one week
Jon Harald Søby