On 25/01/07, Yann Forget <yann(a)forget-me.net> wrote:
Instead on a bottom-up approach, I would like to try a
tentative, writing to officials in universities, goovernments and
medias. I already started a page for coordinating this:
I would like to write an letter in behalf of the Foundation requesting
people to spread the word about Indian languages projects. A draft is
available on the page above. Suggestions and feedback are welcome.
I can't find the exact source, but Alan Cox, the Linux kernel
developer, said that he was learning Welsh because "in fifty years,
languages that aren't on computers won't exist." I suggest that
applies to languages without Wikipedias too. Do you think this can be
leveraged to invoke some local linguistic pride and work?