(uzs): Afghanistan version of Uzbek, spoken by 4.2 million. Theoretically eligible, but
only three pages created so far. Placing on hold.
(Middle Persian)(pal): This Persian has been essentially extinct since the 11th century;
surviving literature is mainly related to Zoroastrianism. See enwiki
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be rejected, but be allowed at Incubator like a number of other ancient-language test
projects with valid language codes. Waiting a week for comments.
(mni): Language is the lingua franca of the Indian state of Manipur, with about 1.5 MM
speakers. Has a reasonable amount of content. Eligible, but mostly one person's work,
so I will warn that person to gather a community.
(nrm): About 4,000 speakers in Sarawak. In theory, could be eligible. In practice, the
complication here is that its language code is currently occupied by Normand Wikipedia, so
I'd need to create a temporary code in Incubator to host this. That's not a
problem per se, but the request was made by an IP, and my request for a registered user to
be involved has not been answered yet. So I'm going to put this on hold for now.
(shy): Berber/Tamazight variety that is the second most commonly spoken one (after Kabyle)
in Algeria. This test has only one page, but there is actually an active Wiktionary
project on Incubator just marked as eligible. Will put on hold for now, but probably that
will flip soon to eligible.
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