A proposed solution for descriptions (was: Re: ISO 639 -
Newitem approved - N'Ko)
kentk at cs.chalmers.se
Mon Jun 12 00:00:47 CEST 2006
Keld Simonsen wrote:
> To me that wold be a wrong example, Bokmål should map to Bokmaal, and
> then the confusion with "mal" is not applicable. "å" in general should
> map to "aa" as this is a well known convention for the languages that
> use the "å" letter, such as Norwegian, Danish and Swedish.
That is not done so in Swedish (nor Finnish), though in the dark ages
of computers SOME people used that convention in Swedish too. With
horrible results. Don't repeat that please.
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