Fataluku Wikipedia 
||This language has been verified as eligible.
The language is eligible for a project, which means that the subdomain can be created once there is an active community and a localized interface, as described in the language proposal policy. You can discuss the creation of this language project on this page. (See an unofficial analysis of this request.)
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Arguments in favour 
- Support Support I´am a native speaker and i realy want our language Fataluku that was spoken by more 30000 people in District Lospalos, Timor Leste and i know this language is a amazing gift from our ancestors. I hope you guys can help us to aprove this language to be Fataluku Wikipedia. thanks so much !! Ivan Zeruwsky 01:10, 27 September 2010 (UTC)(N)
- Support Support The Fataluku is a language of the great family of origin papua, for that reason when they speak this language has some similarity with other language like Makasae and Makalero in Timor-Leste. Majority people of District Lautem communicates with that language and at this time there is also Bible written in language Fataluku similar with the liturgy of Mass and other songs. cristovao(N)
- Support Support : Native speakers of Fataluku have the competency and willingness to contribute to this project in the long-term. Hence the Fataluku language deserves to be given the opportunity and priviledge to have its own language edition of Wikipedia along with the existing East Timorese language such as Tetun. --Jose77 04:00, 27 September 2010 (UTC)
Arguments against 
Other discussion 
- translatewiki.net doesn't support this language yet, but it appears on Ethnologue, so i added a request to support it: http://translatewiki.net/wiki/Thread:Support/Adding_Fataluku_(ddg) . --Amir E. Aharoni 12:30, 16 October 2010 (UTC)
- The language is eligible (native supporters, active test project). One of the native contributors, please register at Translatewiki and add a request in the thread mentioned by Amir, and you can start translating the interface. :-) Jon Harald Søby 13:04, 16 October 2010 (UTC)