Requests for new languages/Wikipedia Mikasuki

Mikasuki WikipediaEdit

main page Requests for new languages (Wikipedia Mikasuki)
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The closing committee member provided the following comment:

This discussion was created before the implementation of the Language proposal policy, and it is incompatible with the policy. Please open a new proposal in the format this page has been converted to (see the instructions). Do not copy discussion wholesale, although you are free to link to it or summarise it (feel free to copy your own comments over). —{admin} Pathoschild 01:03:22, 18 March 2007 (UTC)
Proposal summary
  • Language details: Mikasuki (nai-mik [invented])
  • Editing community: Jeremy (P)
    List your user name if you're interested in editing the wiki. Add "N" next to your
    name if you are a native speaker of this language.
  • Relevant pages: mailing list request
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  • Notes/comments:
    • Using a generic code like nai is frowned upon. A standard for such codes will hopefully be created. nai-mik, seems reasonable though.
    • More information needed. There should some interest from native speakers before this wikipedia can be created.
      • Possibly related to Muscogee (Creek.) Scott Gall 04:32, 13 May 2005 (UTC)
      • I do not think this request should be granted, based on the so-far utter failure of mus.wikipedia, chy.wikipedia, and chr.wikipedia (the other 3 Wikis requested by Jeremy; they were actually created but none has very much content and the Muskogee one is still practically empty). --Node ue 16:49, 17 Jun 2005 (UTC)
        • Why not make mus: for all Muskogean languages and dialects in general? A similar thing happened to als: and it is now being used for Alemmannic dialects in general. Scott Gall 07:41, 3 Jun 2005 (UTC)
        • It *is* related to Muscogee. You could've found that much just by visiting the en.wikipedia article! --Node ue 16:49, 17 Jun 2005 (UTC)