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The project was closed despite there being minor opposition to the move . I will repeat once again what I said back then - we didn`t know the project existed, some time should have been given for project to develop. A project can`t develop, if potential contributors know that it might be closed any minute. Despite that many people acctualy started to contribute (including several who did not vote). And I strongly feel that vote on closure should have been closed as irrelevant once people started to contribute - the original reason for closing was that there was no content, now there is content, that no one can edit anymore - no gain to anyone. ~~Xil...(talk) 05:32, 15 September 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Latvian Wiktionary has revived recently and I believe the same would happen to Latvian Wikibooks as long as there would be at least one strong editor. Time permitting, I'm also willing to contribute to the project. --Marozols 13:21, 23 September 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I agree that Latvian Wikibook would be useful. Because there is very many Latvian people who could contribute to the project.--Edgars2007 22:45, 27 October 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Oppose I'm an admin of Persian Wikibooks. Besides I have participate discussions in English Wikibooks. There are some disorders in choosing which content is suitable for the project, how long each page should be, who can and who should edit the content on professional books, etc. In some cases you see a book with a good contents outline but full of red links without any content. These makes Wikibooks a complicated project which is not good for languages which its speakers don't have a high online population. That's why I have requested for deletion of several Wikibooks projects by now. --Doostdar (talk) 08:54, 17 March 2019 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I think many people want to contribute to this project and so do I. Could it be possible to speed up the acceptance of this project? As you can see, this project is already created and it just need steward that can unblock it. --GreenZeb (talk) 21:22, 4 October 2010 (UTC)Reply[reply]