The proposal is accepted and the proposed actions should be taken.
Explanation by the closing Langcom member: We can count this as "absence of content since the wiki's creation", especially in light of the fact that after a first proposal for closure, the promised activity did not begin. There do not seem to be more than 3 or 4 real Wikibooks-like pages; these can be preserved on Incubator for potential use in the future. --MF-W 00:20, 22 July 2012 (UTC) — Project closed per bugzilla:39054. The content was imported to Incubator. --MF-W 16:27, 8 August 2012 (UTC)
Years ago I proposed this very project to be closed at Proposals for closing projects/Closure of Basa Sunda Wikibooks. Notices were made on the project and over su.wikipedia. While the discussion was in favor of closing the project a couple of editors arrived then explained that they wanted to create content there; so I in good faith withdrew the request expecting that what they said was true.
Notwithstanding now in 2012 the status of the wiki is still the same. If you have a look over b:su:Special:Statistics you'll see that there's just 8 content pages which actually just a couple really do have content as others are duplications of the Main Page. The other 300+ pages are user and user talk pages which can't be counted as content, being content understood as encyclopaedic content which wikis are for: to look for educational content.
As such I request that the Basa Sunda Wikibooks be closed and its content be transferred to the Incubator for future development if any. It is not worth for anybody to mantain open a project which is dead and has no content to look for, which is the important thing: content. Absent that, if there's no content, there should be certainly no wiki —or better said, not a single wiki for just one or two pages of content—.
These are my arguments which I do in good faith and I expect the community agrees with.
Maybe moving the notice from the main page talk, and getting one of their admins to turn it firstly into their language, and secondly into a CentralNotice might wake them up a bit. Seems like an english notice on a non-english wiki doesn't entirely do the job. Maybe speak to su.wikipedia first and see if someone can translate it. BarkingFish (talk) 19:02, 7 July 2012 (UTC)
This has come as a surprise to some of us in Indonesian/Sundanese projects. Since most of the Sundanese speaker also contributes in Indonesian Wikipedia/Wikibook, there was no notice to those two communities before. ✒Bennylin 16:17, 28 January 2013 (UTC)
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