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As a language worker for Pite Saami, one of the editors of the Pite Saami incubator project and the main editor of the Pite Saami dictionary app BidumBágo[https://www.facebook.com/groups/bidumbago/], I would like to request that the language [[https://translatewiki.net/wiki/Portal:Sje|ISO 639-3 sje, bidumsámegiella]] be opened for editing. There is an official orthography as of August 2019; the script is Latin with a few diacritic marks (''á'', ''ä'', ''ö'') and the special letters ''ŋ'', ''đ'', ''ŧ'' (as well as ''æ'' and ''ø'' being used as variants of the official ä and ö. Gijjto åvdålist! / Thank you in advance! -- [[User:Olve Utne|Olve Utne]] ([[User talk:Olve Utne|talk]]) 17:20, 11 August 2021 (UTC)
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As a language worker for Pite Saami, one of the editors of the Pite Saami incubator project and the main editor of the Pite Saami dictionary app BidumBágo[https://www.facebook.com/groups/bidumbago/], I would like to request that the language [[Portal:Sje|ISO 639-3 sje, bidumsámegiella]] be opened for editing. There is an official orthography as of August 2019; the script is Latin with a few diacritic marks (''á'', ''ä'', ''ö'') and the special letters ''ŋ'', ''đ'', ''ŧ'' (as well as ''æ'' and ''ø'' being used as variants of the official ä and ö. Gijjto åvdålist! / Thank you in advance! -- [[User:Olve Utne|Olve Utne]] ([[User talk:Olve Utne|talk]]) 17:20, 11 August 2021 (UTC)

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As a language worker for Pite Saami, one of the editors of the Pite Saami incubator project and the main editor of the Pite Saami dictionary app BidumBágo[1], I would like to request that the language ISO 639-3 sje, bidumsámegiella be opened for editing. There is an official orthography as of August 2019; the script is Latin with a few diacritic marks (á, ä, ö) and the special letters ŋ, đ, ŧ (as well as æ and ø being used as variants of the official ä and ö. Gijjto åvdålist! / Thank you in advance! -- Olve Utne (talk) 17:20, 11 August 2021 (UTC)