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Weekly Incubator Update: 2017, Week 52 [DISCUSSION]

Just thought I'd make this considering that the original post is locked from discussion and last week someone else did this.

December 31, 2017



It's good to see that Hindi's nearing completion after such a long time! Still desperately waiting for the Klingon bug(s) to be fixed, though. ;_;

I wonder what the first new course of the new year will be? I'll be so happy if it's tlhIngan <3

EDIT: What's with the downvotes on this discussion? Ever since the WIUs were locked it's been pretty standard for someone to create a discussion post each week.


When Klingon's bugs are fixed, I will be ecstatic. Klingon is the course that I want most that is in the Incubator.


Same! I check the course page every day just in case it's graduated into beta, lol. I'm so excited >,<


Arabic needs some progress!


نعم فعلا!


Totally does. They're waiting on finding another contributor though, an MSA expert.


Ohh. How did you find that information?


I think it is making progress but it is not appearing in the course progress bar.


My god, Hindi has advanced a lot in this week! So excited!


I'm so excited for Hindi!


I’m so excited for Hindi! I hope it will be released very soon!

Also, if Indonesian, Arabic, Yiddish, and Haitian Creole are released in 2018 too I will be very happy! I would turn down a Finnish course either. :)


:O Is it due out the 4th of January or 1st of April?


Wait a second there.... Are we being pranked?


where is the update?


Thanks for making this discussion EmperorIguana42! :)

Wow, amazing job Team Hindi! from 78% to 96% in one week, that must be a record!


I think Russian from Turkish beat that record a couple of times, but I could be wrong.


Greek for English smashed that record by getting 26% in one week, if I remember correctly.


I know that there is likely going to be some delay in Hindi because it will need some internal work once the team has completed its part, but way to go to the team, bringing this from stasis to almost launch-ready.

I suspect Arabic is being handled internally, which means it's going to be a little unpredictable in terms of advancement. Japanese and Chinese were both like that. The internal courses don't report progress in the same way that "true" incubator courses do.

Thanks for starting this discussìon post!

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