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No problems with the eligibility here. --MF-W 22:00, 31 March 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
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Shughni language is spoken by more than 60,000 people in Tajikistan and Afghanistan. With the growing community of Internet users in Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province of Tajikistan and Northern Afghanistan, there are more chances to have high-quality contributors to the Wikipedia in this language,
Creating Wikipedia in Shughni language will in some way save it from extinction, as far as there are less written sources of Shughni language and it is currently taught to children in families, not in schools. Shughni Wikipedia can become one of the main sources of knowledge in this language. Bektour (talk) 17:11, 11 May 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Shughni speaking minority will be included to the internet community with a possibility to get more excess to the information\ knowledge, which is also can be viewed as empowering people.
Shughni speaking people are not in minority ( government does a good job making it one), there are actually a lot of people speaking Pamirian language, so adding this type of language to wikipedia will give a way for Shughni speaking people to develop, in turms of knowledge.
I am for the preservation of the Shugni language. So the bulk of the Pamirs speak this language. All Pamirs speak this language among themselves.
They are also present on the Internet and often use the capabilities of the network (social networks in the first place). This means that there will be potential contributors to the Wikipedia project among them.
It will be good to provide a place where they will receive the knowledge of their ancestors, share texts, thus preserving the language of their ancestors and their real consciousness.
I would not like the language of the Pamirs to disappear like the Avestan language, they have very similar features. TajikMaterialist 21:28, 19 December 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]