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This looks a bit strange. The request is under the name "Kabardian-Circassian", which is technically the English name of KBD plus the name of the branch that contains it along with Adyghe (ADY). The actual test project at the Multilingual Wikisource seems to be on ADY (see oldwikisource:Main Page/Адыгэбзэ and oldwikisource:Category:Ady Адыгэбзэ (Adyghe)). That being said, I think there could be a unified project under the name Circassian, because this is Wikisource and the two languages are close enough anyway. MF-Warburg, what do you think?