I am going to start running through the requests that date to 2011. This first
set consists of all of the requests that are NOT Wikipedia or Wiktionary, along
with one Wiktionary request.
(langcode dtp): Language of 140,000 speakers in Malaysia. Wikipedia request
was marked eligible in 2011, and both Wikipedia and Wiktionary tests have a
decent handful of pages each. The other two tests have only a couple of pages
each, but I see no reason not to mark all of these as eligible, and will do so.
(langcode pnb): Wikipedia and Wiktionary already exist. Test has a handful of
pages. Certainly eligible, and I will mark it so.
Wikinews Central Kurdish
(langcode ckb): Wikipedia already exists. Test has a few pages. Certainly
eligible, and I will mark it so.
(langcode csb): Wikipedia and Wiktionary already exist, but no test was ever
created at Incubator. I propose to close as stale. If someone ever starts a
test and puts in a new request, it will be eligible, and I will say so in
closing this request.
I'd actually like some advice on this one. (I suspect that this request was
created because of the language's "unique" langcode—www—though at the time
Milos proposed that it would be encoded with its proposed ISO 639–6 code,
"wxwa", for technical reasons.)
There is no evidence that anyone ever added any content for this in
multilingual Wikisource, and the request page expresses doubt that there are
many published, public-domain works in Wawa to publish here. On the other hand,
this request is for Wikisource, and there's no reason that if someone has even
one eligible work, it can't live on multilingual Wikisource forever anyway.
Thoughts: Mark eligible? Close as stale? I just don't really want to leave it
as "on hold" because it is so old.
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