Sorry about the long hiatus in editing H-Hausa. In addition to my other duties, which include up to nine classes a semester but which I do get paid for, I was editing two lists here on H-Net. I've been able to get some help with the other one, so I should be able to concentrate more on H-Hausa.
H-Net is now fully webified, and no longer simply a plain ASCII email list. Please continue to contribute anything of interest concerning language, culture, history etc. of not only the Hausa speaking peoples of west Africa but their many neighbors who've influenced them.
I'll be trying things out myself here, so please bear with me. Thank you for all your patience while I was not editing the list, and I hope to make it up to you with an improved H-Hausa list in the future.
John Philips / Yahaya Ɗanjuma
إندَ ذَاعَثيغَبادَحِرَ غَمٰدَحَرشٰدَالعَدو دَ تَاريخِ دَسَرَن لَمورا نَ حَوسَوا دَ مَقوَبتَنسو