Talk:Kuurn Kopan Noot language

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Contested deletion[edit]

The article is linked from Decimal, Quinary, Pama–Nyungan languages, and Gurnditjmara language. There is not much content, it's a stub, but it does provide alternative names found in the lit, a classification, location, indication that it's extinct, and a link to Linguist List, which maintains a code for the language and lists additional references for it. Because Ethnologue does not (it's been extinct too long), the reader may have some trouble finding what it is those articles are supposed to be linking to if this stub is deleted. — kwami (talk) 06:54, 3 August 2011 (UTC)

OK. I understand the preserving of Aboriginal languages is very important. I'm sorry for doing that. I also just realized that you're an admin and I'm just a main user so I really shouldn't have done that. Again, sorry. :) --Albert7777 (Talk) 09:47, 3 August 2011 (UTC)

Me being an admin has nothing to do with it. If I write a useless article, it should still be deleted! I just don't see this as useless, even if it is minimal. — kwami (talk) 11:32, 3 August 2011 (UTC)