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I'm still learning but I think a Wikipedia in Old Saxon should be a great occasion for other people to learn about it. Then some new texts - even written nowadays - would be welcome. -- Stardsen 22/3/2012, 19.51 (UTC)
A Wikipedia in Old Saxon can easily be created. There's a lot of material on which people can study (grammars, dictionaries, texts, etc.). It is like Old English about the material, and like old English, Latin, Gothic and all the other historical languages that have been created it should be accepted. It is vain to create a Wikisource because of the lack of texts in the language (the texts that survived are now written in the Dutch Wikisource or similar), but I think that a Wikipedia is the right thing to do with Old Saxon. -- Italian Norman 14/2/2012, 21.44 (UTC)
- No native speakers. Old English and Gothic shouldn't have been created, and Latin is sui generis, as it has fifteen hundred years of new works after it stopped being used, and is still being taught to children.--Prosfilaes (talk) 04:40, 8 June 2015 (UTC)
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