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Project is eligible, but the test project contents are pretty sparse. Please keep working on the test at Incubator. For LangCom: StevenJ81 (talk) 15:04, 21 November 2018 (UTC)Reply[reply]
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There are approximately 4-7 millions native speakers of the Karen language so it deserve to have its own language edition of Wikipedia. There are native speakers of Karen who will be willing to contribute to help develop the Karen language that have its own writing system and its own language. The Karen language should be recognize for it's existence. For your information, The term "Karen" is an umbrella term that have many branches of individual languages, however the one I'm requesting is the "S'gaw" which is the largest sub-group of the Karen languages. When you use the term "Karen", usually they refer to S'gaw Karen. Sometime the language code for Karen is "kar" but in Wikipedia it is refer to "Karen languages" which is not specifically S'gaw but since S'gaw Karen are usually refer as Karen unlike other sub-groups of Karen languages their language code could also use as "kar".
SupportSupport S'gaw Karen is spoken by aroud 4 to 6 millions native speaker around the world and majority of them are spoken in Karen State, Burma.There are news articles websites that are in Karen (Sgaw) language and also newsletter that are in Karen language in the United States. —unsigned by ayekyar80 11:45, 8 July 2017.
SupportSupport I highly support for Karen language to have a wiki page becasue there are millions of them so they deserve to have a wiki page with their own language(Sgaw Karen)—unsigned by Pawtoo2 06:11, 10 July 2017.
SupportSupport Sgaw has at least 4 millions native speaker, maybe even over 10 millions now including me. I will be working to edit articles in Sgaw Karen language. I support this request —unsigned by jaeminlovetaejoon 11:45, 11 January 2018.
SupportSupport I highly support for Karen language to have a wiki page becasue there are millions of them so they deserve to have a wiki page with their own language(Sgaw Karen).Wonnral (talk) 13:58, 31 October 2019 (UTC)Reply[reply]