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Pipil or Nawat is a Nahuan (Aztecan) language spoken primarily in the Central American nation of El Salvador by the Pipil people. Pipil is a member of the Uto-Aztecan family, which is found in North and Central America.
The Pipil language has about 3,000 speakers  and it is a living language with an ethnic population of 196,576.
'Support': Native speakersParticipants of Pipil have the competency and willingness to contribute to this project in the long-term. Hence the Pipil language deserves tocould be given the opportunity and priviledge to have its own language edition of Wikipedia along with the existing Uto-Aztecan languages such as Nahuatl if native speakers are willing to become involved in the near future. --Jose77 07:59, 19 August 2010 (UTC) --Jose77 08:43, 22 August 2010 (UTC)
This still has to be proved. Real activity on the Pipil Test Wikipedia has only started very recently after it turned out that only non-Pipil content had been contributed to it so far. We do not yet know whether the speakers have competency and willingness to contribute to this project in the long-term, although I really hope they do. But please don't claim this to be the case even before the test really started of. --MF-W 16:06, 19 August 2010 (UTC)
I agree, MF-W. We are only starting and time will tell, there is no need to jump the gun, but I personally believe we will be able to show the strength of this project given time and some favourable circumstances. Pipil has few speakers and most native speakers are elderly, illiterate and off-line. To bring them into the project it will be necessary for other project contributors to find ways to liaise with them and see how they can participate and contribute. I know the conditions and the human resources, and I don't think that is impossible, though it will be a challenge. Without a strong contingency of support form non-native speakers, it will not happen. This has to be an exercise in teamwork between both native and non-native Nawat language speakers and enthusiasts. Getting all that going will not happen overnight, so I hope for some patience and leeway. Time will tell if we succeed, but as someone (you?) remarked, it is worth while trying! A R King 07:53, 20 August 2010 (UTC)--
I agree with MF-Warburg's statement and have therefore modified my above statement. Since Alan probably currently lives in Basque Country, it may be more difficult to coordinate with the Nawat population when compared to someone living in El Salavador. There is no rush to have this request approved at this point in time. --Jose77 08:43, 22 August 2010 (UTC)
Support It's necessary to keep and protect the Pipil Wikiedia of El Salvador, It's diferent to Nahuatl Lenguage from Mexico.Marrovi 13:40, 22 August 2010 (UTC)