LANGUAGE SUBTAG REGISTRATION FORM (R4): pinyin
everson at evertype.com
Tue Sep 23 15:37:11 CEST 2008
I agree completely with Yury here. I am convinced that 1959acad is the
most suitable and appropriate subtag. I urge you all to approve the
compromise registration I put forward today.
On 23 Sep 2008, at 12:14, Yury Tarasievich wrote:
> Dear Mark and all protesters on the lines of:
>> The sources cited by Yury are NOT restricted to 1959, and 1959 should
>> not be part of the subtag.
> You are showing somewhat insufficient acquantaince with the subject
> at hand.
> The sources cited by me all refer to the *same* specific literary
> which was actually decreed on May 11, 1957 (!) as "changes and
> corrections" to the previous norm, was introduced into the official
> on January 1, 1958 and into the schooling on September 1, 1958.
> the first rulebook was published in 1959, and so the norm is popularly
> and overwhelmingly associated with the year 1959. The academic
> of the grammar came out later, and both those and the vocabularies are
> re-published periodically in the new editions. The works on phonology
> also relate to the literary norm discussed here, which is signified
> by the titles and by the introductions.
> Now, it is precisely the "1959 norm" (or "1959 grammar" or "1959
> orthography"), as defined in quoted references, which is the actually
> obliging, academic literary norm in the official use in Belarus in
> CE etc. etc. Only when (if) the changes decreed in 2008 become
> officially part of the literary norm, then there will be possibly the
> need of the 2010acad tag, and of referring to the "2010 norm" etc.
> I wonder how this is so confusing. All these troubles with the
> supposedly "unacceptional" nature of the 1959 part of the tag seem
> to be
> somewhat imaginary. As seen by me, of course.
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Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com
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