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Pushing Awadhi Wikipedia to approval[स्रोत सम्पादित करैं]
This test project has a large number of pages, and I'd personally like to see it move toward an approval and its own subdomain. I think there are a couple of things that you need to do in order to make that happen:
- Get more people involved. In order for a project to be approved, it needs to have at least three consecutive months when it has at least three editors active who have at least ten edits each. (Then that must continue through approval.) In 2015–2016, this project had enough users involved, but this has fallen off recently. I'd strongly encourage you to get more contributors involved, so that you can meet the activity requirement for project approvals.
- Expand your articles. My personal opinion is that it is more important right now for you to add content to existing articles than for you to create more stubs. I set my test preference to Wp/awa, then clicked ten times on "Random page". And I got ten stubs (or at least very short articles). Ideally, you'd have no more than half stubs in order to get approved.
- Check the localization. This is mostly fine, but you have 9 untranslated messages, so you should finish those.