It's very embarrassing for us if that is true.
Is it possible that the language used is not Northern Lurish, but at least correct Central L.?
Do we have any other contacts in the linguistic world who could help verify it?
I agree that the wiki ought to be closed if it's not in a real language.Am 30.01.2016 02:46 schrieb "Amir Ladsgroup" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:Hey,Several days ago a discussion has been started in Persian Wikipedia regarding Northern Luri wikipedia (lrc.wikimedia.org).If I want to give you a summary of the discussion. Mostly they say script is unreadable (it's greatly different than Persian script) and also they noted that vocabulary is tried to be away of Persian (and close to Kuridsh) in a bad way and thus it's un-understandable for people who talk this variant of Luri (As it was mentioned this Luri is being spoken in Khoramabbad and Broujerd, two big cities of Iran). We can confirm that we showed this wiki to several people who speak Luri and in either Khoramabad or Boroujerd. None of them could understand most of content of this wiki. We also provided a big table at the discussion in Persian Wikipedia and compared several words in the wiki to what they actually speak in Northern Luri.I found this in which User:Mogoeilor told you that Gholamreza Mehramooz (User:Mehramooz) is a university professor with PhD and interestingly when we asked about the script in that wiki User:Mogoeilor (the same person) told us the script is made up by a User:Mehramooz because he has MSc in linguistics (edit) . More interestingly in his blog he says he has a MSc in translation studies (published about a year and half ago) You can verify the blog in his user page.: Also an interesting conversation happened in this wiki in Persian. It seems they changed named of the wiki from Northern Luri to Minjaii Luri "Minjaii" is a word in Luri that in English means "Centeral Luri"Best______________________________________________________________________________________________
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