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Hi. I hail from the Faroe Islands. This page will be edited more at a later date, when I will also add a literature list of all the books and online material, I use when editing the various Wiktionary articles.
- Feist, Timothy: A Grammar of Skolt Saami, Doctoral Thesis, University of Manchester, 2010
- Hansen, Zakaris Svabo: Føroysk-donsk orðabók, 3rd edition, Orðabókagrunnurin, Tórshavn, 2010
- Heggstad, Leiv; Hodnebø, Finn; Simensen, Erik: Norrøn ordbok, 5th edition, Det norske samlaget, Oslo, 2008
- Horecký, Ján; Krupa, Victor: Pravidlá slovenského pravopisu, 3rd edition, Veda, Bratislava, 2000
- Kačala, Ján; Pisárčiková, Mária: Krátky slovnik slovenského jazyka, 4th edition, Veda, Bratislava, 2003
- Ružička, Jozef: Morfológia slovenského jazyka, Vydavateľstvo Slovenskej akadémie vied, Bratislava, 1966
- Šewc-Schuster, Hinc: Gramatika hornjoserbskeje rěče, Ludowe nakładnistwo Domowina, Budyšin, 1984
- Þráinsson, Höskuldur; Petersen, Hjalmar P., Jacobsen, Jógvan í Lon, Hansen, Zakaris Svabo: Faroese - An Overview and Reference Grammar, 2nd edition, Fróðskapur - Faroese University Press, Málvísindastofnun Háskóla Íslands - Linguistic Institiute, University of Iceland, Tórshavn, Reykjavík, 2012
- Wilbur, Joshua: A grammar of Pite Saami, Language Science Press, Berlin, 2014
- Чернявский, В.: Ižoran keel (Ittseopastaja) / Ижорский язык (Самоучитель), PDF
- Чернявский, В.: Vaďďa tšeeli (Izeõpõttaja) / Водский язык (Самоучитель), PDF
Here I'll list some stuff, which I thought could be changed and maybe will be. This is mostly personal, but I'm sure other people would agree with some of the things.
- Gothic templates: A lot of Gothic templates use manual transliterations. These are however unnecessary, as Gothic is transliterated automatically. I've tried and failed to remove these, so I've abandoned trying that. If someone would be so kind to remove these manual transliteration it'd imho be sweet, but it's just a personal taste.
- Slovak adjective declension: As is there are four different templates for Slovak adjective declension. However, there should really only be one, which as its second parameter lists, whether the masculine nominative singular ending is -ý, -y, -í or i as all the other forms would follow this. It's probably an easy fix and would work well as an automatic one similar to the Czech one but my programming skills here are virtually non-existant. Would be great if someone could help me with this.