And of course there is Gileki, ISO code glk and native name گیلکی
On 29/09/06, Mark Williamson <node.ue(a)gmail.com> wrote:
-Wu (code wuu, native name 吴语)
-Mazandarani (code mzn, native name مَزِروني)
-Newari (code new, native name नेपाल भाषा)
-Lak (code lbe, native name Лакку)
-Sammarinese/Emilian-Romagnol (code eml, native name Emilià)
-Buryat (code bxr, native name Буряад)
-Upper Sorbian (code hsb, native name Hornjoserbsce)
-Novial (code nov, native name Novial)
-Pangasinan (code pag, native name Pangasinan)
-Austrobavarian (code bar, native name Boarisch)
-Bishnupriya Manipuri (code bpy, native name ইমার ঠার/বিষ্ণুপ্রিয়া মণিপুরী)
-Dimli-Zazaki (code diq, native name Zazaki)
-Zeelandic (code zea, native name Zeêuws)
-Tarantino (code roa-tara, native name Tarandíne)
-Zamboageno (code cbk-zam, native name Chavacano de Zamboanga)
-Classical Chinese/Literary Chinese (code zh-classical, native name 文言文)
-North Russian (code ru-sib, native name Сибирской / Полношнорусской)
-Min Dong (code cdo, native name Mìng-dĕ̤ng-ngṳ̄)
It may seem like a lot, but in fact each of them has many contributors
and native speakers (in the case of Novial and Literary Chinese,
fluent writers) waiting to begin building them, and they have been
approved by a majority of voters. Most of them have quickly-growing
test wikipedias already.
For more information, you can see if you like
although that page is rather long and cumbersome now.
On 29/09/06, Tim Starling <tstarling(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
48 supports, no opposition, 5 actively interested
editors including a
native speaker. It certainly has the requisite # of interested
parties. Wikitech-l is perhaps more likely to grab the attention of a
developer who can set up the new wiki... where did you send previous
emails about this?
I think it's probably about time that we created a batch of new wikis. Are
there any other suitable candidates that we can do at the same time?
-- Tim Starling
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