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Home Sections Literature and Fourth Estate Chris Sundita Completes Wikipedias in Eight Philippine Languages
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Sunday, 25 November 2007 07:12

A Progress Report on the Different Filipino Wikipedia

From my blog,, here are the latest updates:

Mga Kahimanwa kong Bikolano: The Bikol Wikipedia is now finally open. The URL is


This is for, more or less, the Naga-Legazpi Standard variety (aka Northern Bikol or  Bikol Central). A proposal has been submitted to start a Rinconada Bikol  Wikipedia, but it looks like a long shot for now. The Rinconada incubator is at


There are now Wikipedias in EIGHT different Philippine languages. In addition to Bikol, they are:










Waray-Waray_, and

Zamboangueño_ (Chavacano).

I'm quite surprised that the Hiligaynon_


and the Kinaray-a_

Wikipedias are still on the back burner. They are "conditionally approved" -- meaning, there are some criteria that still need to be met.

Anyway, spread the word.

--Chris Sundita

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 25 December 2007 19:12

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