Philotis created a new keyboard to support the Pomak language. The Pomak language keyboard is based on the Keyman technology which supports virtually all computing platforms.
Our first language resource is ready and openly available: the morphologically annotated corpus of Pomak texts. The corpus consists of about 86,000 words. We posted the new corpus at the Universal Dependencies International Repository, for international visibility and research availability.
Living languages constitute carriers of values and knowledge, very often used in the practice and transmission of intangible cultural heritage.