The language has its ISO-639-3 code so it is clearly eligible.
On 1 May 2018 at 17:37, Steven White <koala19...@hotmail.com> wrote:
> On a single day in November 2012, someone opened requests for five
> projects in Riograndenser Hunsrückisch German
> Wikipedia, Wiktionary, Wikibooks, Wikinews, Wikiquote. In case you're not
> familiar with it, it's a fascinating language, and I encourage you to have
> a look at the article.
> Ethnologue lists over three million speakers (though how much of that is
> really L1 at this point is certainly open to debate). The Wikipedia test
> has about 135 pages, and there's no reason not to mark it as eligible. The
> other tests were never created, so I am going to close the other requests
> as stale.
> I plan to contact the person who created the requests by email—the user is
> only around sporadically at this point, probably in part because LangCom
> wasn't very responsive—and invite him to reactivate the test Wikipedia.
> (Note: these were the only pending 2012 requests for Wikibooks and
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