Latin has its first contributor!
We have our first contributor! Buachaill1 is the first! Congratulations! More will, undoubtedly, soon follow. I hope they begin as soon as they can.
If anyone wants a headstart on learning Latin, here are two mock-up courses on Memrise that are designed to have a Duolingo-like progression:
This one has good audio, but only 138 cards to learn from.
This one has no audio, but has 2773 cards.
That's marvelous! Congratulations and best of success to Buachaill1!
Carpelanum would be a good choice too, as has been mentioned.
People on the web who appear to be very fluent are Luke Ranieri, Justin Slocum Bailey, Daniel Pettersson, Msgr Daniel Gallagher and there are many more who could be listed, some of them college professors or H.S. teachers, just among English speakers, let alone many people in the GREX.
There are dozens of other people who would be excellent--who not only have an academic knowledge of the language but are truly fluent. Heaven only knows if they'd sign up to develop a course for free, but having people writing the course w/ fluency like theirs working along w/ Buachaill1 would be marvelous.
When does a forum for a language appear on Duolingo, BTW? It would be nice to have a forum for Latin. We could recommend good websites, books, newsgroups, etc.