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Let me request for a Arakan Wikipedia, seeing that the project already exists on Incubator. The Arakan language is the native language of the Arakan people. The majority of Arakan speakers live in east Burma (Myanmar), especially Arakan State. Arakan (ရခိုင်ဘာသာ) is one of the most speaking language. Arakan speaking Wikipedians are growing day by day. Arakan readers are collecting news from Wikinews. To make it easy i proposed for Arakan Wikipedia "ဝီကီးပီးဒီယား". I think that the Arakan Wikipedia is very much feasible.। Thank you. --YaThaWinTha (talk) 19:41, 4 October 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]
As a living language, I have no objections on its eligibility, but it seems that the test project was inactive for at least 3 years (the last ever active user contributed it is @Khinshwesan:), are there any problems in re-starting activities? --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 08:29, 5 October 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]
@Liuxinyu970226Arakan language is a language that has always been used. There is no problem. As of 2013, there are over 3 million users. They have been used for generations. It's not just re-starting activities. YaThaWinTha (talk) 09:44, 5 October 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]
@YaThaWinTha Well what I'm concerning isn't the language itself, I'm concerning the test project, as you're feel free to check via the "automated statistics" link above, it's of course virtually inactive for 3 years plus 4 months (Jun 2019 - Oct 2022), so the main problem I said above is how to invite and encourage Arakan speakers to contribute the test project. This is much more commonly seen over past years regarding a lot of Incubator small test projects which have millions of speakers. Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 23:56, 7 October 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]
@Liuxinyu970226 On the language side, Arakan grammar, Rakhine vocabulary dictionary, Rakhine dictionary and other language components are complete. As for fonts and keyboard, the Burmese script is very fragmented, so it's still convenient. Most of the internet users in Arakan also use Noto Sans Fonts, Pyi Daung Su, They use Unicode keyboards to write only in Arakan language. There are people who are translating English to Arakan on Translatewiki so that more Arakan words can come using the fonts and keyboard mentioned above. In order to include more Arakan speakers, Wikipedia will need to add Arakan language first. YaThaWinTha (talk) 08:04, 8 October 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]