Thanks for sending this, Gnangarra. Cascadia Wikimedians has an interest in
content relating to the indigenous peoples of North America, so I'm
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On Sat, Dec 31, 2016 at 2:56 PM, Gnangarra <> wrote:

> Kaya
> Some of you would have become aware of a project in Perth Western Australia
> that has been ongoing since 2014. The ultimate aim is have
> currently its at with 500
> articles
> While everyone has been focused on enjoying the holiday break the people
> facilitating this project have been busily writing a report on the project
> and it was publish last night.
> It looks at working with an Indigenous cultural/language group in the
> southwest of Western Australia, the first chapter covers this detail.
> The project has been working on a number of very specific challenges facing
> minority and Indigenous cultures in contributing to the projects. It
> discusses what worked how that evolved, we investigated intangible
> knowledge sources and even challenged the methods of collecting the
> statistics behind the conclusion that Noongar language is a threatened
> language.
> The project has worked with multiple generations of Nyoongar people in
> differing environments, its worked with students  from the early years of
> primary school 6,7 8 years old through to post graduate students.
> Wikimedia Australia is currently organising opportunities to discuss with
> facilitators of the project, the first event is in Darwin in March and
> later in Perth during October.  As always if you find yourself in Perth let
> me know we are always ready to have yarn. In the mean time enjoy reading
> about Noongarpedia and we hope it offers insights
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