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I brought this up a few months ago: https://www.duolingo.com/comment/5449559 I contacted some people in the Hawaiian Studies field at U of Hawaii, but no one got back to me (they probably thought I was spam, or was selling something to them). :( Imo I think it's kind of pointless waiting around for someone who's proficient in an endangered language to wash ashore on this topic on the Duolingo boards, so I always thought it would be better to contact the right people ourselves and see if they're interested. Of course even if we find people and they're willing to volunteer for the incubator, it all depends on the staff's interest in deciding which language to give the OK on. I know of a few other incubator teams ready to work, but waiting to proceed...
I briefly chatted about this with Puakea Nogelmeier ( http://manoa.hawaii.edu/hshk/people/marvin-puakea-nogelmeier/ ) in January. He said that back then Duolingo wasn't ready for Pacific languages but he also cited time constraints on his parts. Maybe time to ask again. One, would think that offering Hawai‘ian would be a no-brainer. In Hawai‘i, almost every single road-sign or geographic place-name is in Hawai‘ian. Yet, language resources are hard to find. See also the following Ted Puakea gave: http://kaloko-mauka.blogspot.com/2015/01/hawaii-legacy-of-literacy.html
`Anakala Puakea is the right person to start a search for Kumu ʻOlelo Hawaiʻi. There are so many graduates of Hawaiian Immersion Schools that perhaps some would like to be the part of starting something here on Duolingo. The language is definitely alive and there in an entire new generation that will make sure the Hawaiian language continues. E mau ke ola o ka 'ōlelo Hawaiʻi
My Mom lived in HI and her Hawiian name is "Kimipeli"- She may know a few Hawiian words, I'll ask her, OK?
Since Klingon (of all languages...) was added, I have nothing against a Polynesian language that is actually endangered. I wouldn't actually learn it myself, I'm more of a utilitarian, but the efforts to preserve and document such languages are well worth it in my view.
Also, I think Hawaiian would be as great of an attraction to Duolingo as Klingon, if not more (think of all the tourists that would flock to learn Hawaiian before their trip, I'm sure they could even outnumber the devoted Trekkies!) Not to say I'm against Klingon, but I would think Hawaiian would serve as a more meaningful addition b/c not only will it increase the site's notoriety but it will also empower an existing, dying culture, and that's a win-win in my book. Also, online resources for learning Hawaiian are slim pickings, so Duolingo could capitalize on this lack of competition!
I personally learn languages because I am interested in the languages themselves, not for the ability to speak with people. I would love to learn Hawaiian and I picked up a grammar when I was last there but I am also very excited about Klingon coming out. :-)
I also learn languages because they are interesting. Love ti have Duo offer Hawaiian
How refreshing, Kimberly and Eileen, to hear about people interested in languages because they are fascinating and beautiful, and not learning for commercial reasons. Just a preferential quirk of mine, so have a Lingot each ladies.
With all due respect... Hawaiian Culture is alive and well. Threatened, maybe... but we have an increasing number of Hawaiian speakers here. The sound of people conversing in Hawaiian is like a slice of heaven.
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