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BisharatNetPerson was signed in when posted
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This forum is now closed. It was started as part of an effort to facilitate discussion of technical issues in supporting use of the Ghanaian languages on computers and the internet. That effort, which in turn is part of broader efforts in Africa to localize information and communications technologies in African languages, is ongoing. For more information, please consult among others:
* African Network for Localisation (ANLoc) http://africanlocalisation.net/
* African Language Technology (AfLaT) http://aflat.org/

Don Osborn, PhD
Bisharat (A language, technology and development initiative)
  Spam messages 113-109 deleted by QuickTopic between 08-30-2013 08:00 AM and 02-25-2012 09:00 PM
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BisharatNetPerson was signed in when posted
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There is a proposal to close the Twi Wikipedia. See: http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Proposals_f...re_of_Twi_Wikipedia . You can log in and vote there.

There happens to be both a Twi Wikipedia at http://tw.wikipedia.org/ and an Akan Wikipedia at http://ak.wikipedia.org/ . The Akan version is more developed - both in terms of the number of articles and localization of the commands. Would it make sense to merge the Twi Wikipedia into the Akan one? Or to maintain them separately?

This kind of issue, and management of African language Wikis in general, are also discussed at http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/afrophonewikis/

Don Osborn
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