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In a few weeks' time, there will be a long summer school by the Federal University of the State of Amazonia, in its local São Gabriel da Cachoeira campus, which will have as attendants teachers that are native speakers of, among others, Baniwa. This request for the creation of a Baniwa Wikipedia comes in this context, as it will be the perfect opportunity to gather the local community of people with interest in creating, maintaining and using a Wikipedia for Educational and knowledge-building purposes. Both the organizers, teachers and member of the local community showed great interest in the possibility of having such a powerful tool at their disposal. Alongside with this, having a collaborative project like a Wikipedia would be the perfect means to attain common grounds for a more fixed spelling. Pastorica 07:01, 2 June 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]