I strongly recommend that we add Sindhi to the language list. Language speakers for the incubator will be found. Not an endangered language and yet there is not enough resources for learning it. I would still consider it a language that is at risk of becoming vulnerable.
I would love to see that happen. There are however a lot of languages that are being requested.
http://duolingo.wikia.com/wiki/Frequently_asked_questions/Incubator If you know anyone who can contribute to these courses please, send them to the incubator application page: https://incubator.duolingo.com/apply
No offence, but if I have no particular reason to go to Sindh, what reason do I have to learn it? Does it have a particularly noteworthy cultural repertoire, political significance, wealth, unique linguistic features...? Why should I learn this instead of Hindi, Marathi, or Punjabi, for example?
I’m not trying to tear you down, I’m trying to make the need for this course clear, to garner further support for it.
Duolingo does not have english learning course for Sindhi speakers. Hundreds of thousands Sindhi speakers learn english and are a potential audience for this course.
There is a need for this course as there are native sindhi speaking people like me who don't really know to read or write it,which is a shame. And there are a few reliable ways to learn it. Also,there is a cultural repertoire to this language. Also it is not necessary that you have to go to Sindh if you learn the language.It is spoken also in India, Singapore and Canada apart from Pakistan.