User talk:John Vandenberg
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|Languages of the Philippines||0||14:33, 30 November 2016|
on Translating:MediaWiki/Fallback I'm building a list of the languages which currently don't have any fallback other than English and for which there would be some candidate. Are you interested in the Philippines, perhaps?
I noticed we have several languages of the Philippines, sometimes less than 5 % translated, which only fall back to English. I realise that Tagalog/Filipino is largely squashed in higher education in the Philippines, but wouldn't many people know it better than English?