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Tagalog is the largest language in the Philippines (24 million native speakers), and as Filipino, is the national language of the Philippines.
There was an increasing need to have a travel guide written in Tagalog as many articles in Tagalog Wikipedia were written in a promotional or marketing type of tone. Texts from those articles need to be transferred to this proposed Wikimedia Project.
Many Filipinos and expatriates who knows Tagalog travel in many places in the Philippines. This is evident in the large turnout in Wikipedia Takes Manila (January 15, 2011) and Wiki Loves Monuments (March-September 2012).
Strong support A Wikivoyage in Tagalog will be sustainable, especially as this taps a group of potential new editors (travelers and travel bloggers) who may feel that their writing talents are better-invested in this project. In addition, this would be the first travel guide written in Tagalog (as travel guides sold in the Philippines are all in English), so it opens up more avenues for free knowledge in the Philippines. --Sky Harbor(talk) 00:43, 23 January 2013 (UTC)
Wikimedia Philippines has too many projects to manage and promote. You have to work on encouraging, attracting more contributors first. WMPH members have increased but how many of them know how to edit or have an account? --Filipinayzd (talk) 04:10, 31 January 2013 (UTC)
Wikimedia Philippines does not manage the projects, and I don't think community members need to be get the chapter's blessing in order to start a new project. At the same time (though completely secondary and irrelevant to the merits of this project), we are working on getting more contributors: you wouldn't have Exec8 going to Leyte and Pangasinan or myself to Bohol if that weren't the case. What makes you think otherwise? --Sky Harbor(talk) 22:59, 31 January 2013 (UTC)