comments on the draft...
cowan at ccil.org
Tue Jun 8 03:00:21 CEST 2004
Peter Constable scripsit:
> I'm concerned with the semantics. For instance, what do we say "1904"
> means? Somewhere, we need to say, "the German spelling conventions
> established in 1904".
What about a broader interpretation, such as "orthography as of 1904"?
True, this may not be very useful for anything but de, but at least it's
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