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We would like to see the Sylheti Nagari version of Wikipedia. Although there are about 17 million speakers of the Sylheti language only a few thousand can read and write in it. The script was withdrawn by the Bangladeshi government in 1971,more than 40 years later it is in decline. Reviving the script will help us to preserve the Sylheti language. If you could have a Sylheti Nagari version of Wikipedia this would immensely boost our efforts to protect the Sylheti language and script. Please consider this.
You should follow the instructions to create a test wiki on the Incubator here (specifically see this and this). Regarding the script: I think the Sylheti Wikipedia should allow writing in Bengali script, not just Sylheti Nagari. In fact, Sylheti Nagari seems to be only used in ancient times; it would be better to use a script that will be read by more people. I would recommend allowing contributions in either script and implementing a converter between the two scripts (not sure how practical it is for Nagari, but it's worth a try). PiRSquared17 (talk) 20:55, 12 June 2014 (UTC) sylheti nagri and sylheti language is dying.its getting impure with bengali words.we're desperate for saving our language.
How do I change the name from "Wikipedia Sylheti Nagari" to "Sylheti Wikipedia"
like all the Sylotian n u all guys , i hope the wikimedia community will be kind enough to grant the proposal. we want to see the "Sylheti Wikipedia" as soon as possible. otherwise our syloti language will be extinct once. so we should take the necessary steps to keep our language alive from getting endangered by the local bengali language. Abu Sayeed (talk) 12