We had a discussion about the eligibility in March, there was no conclusion, but so far nobody brought up problems either... though I'm still a bit wary because we already had a fair share of problems with such languages which are macrolanguages with Southern, Eastern, Northern etc. subdivisions. But at least there is an ISO 639-3 code.
The most-used msgs are complete.
Activity is sustained by at least 3 editors since February (so 3 months now at the end of April), which is ok (though the most active contributor in this month is a bot).
I find Gerard's question interesting - anyone can look athttps://incubator.wikimedia.org/wiki/Special:PrefixIndex/wp/bgn
to find out - I will try to do this tomorrow and inform you all.
2015-04-22 20:30 GMT+02:00 Amir E. Aharoni<firstname.lastname@example.org>
I received a few requests to check the status of Western Balochi incubator (bgn).
The code bgn is legit, the translation of most-used messages is complete, and the activity in the incubator is reasonable. A lot of pages are written; many are just one or two lines long, but I don't think that I mind.
Do we want to verify that it's the right language?
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