Proposal for a subtag registration (fr-2004-ORTOGRAF or fr-ortograf
mario_periard at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 12 17:10:00 CET 2007
The name of the subtag name is not an issue for me. I agree on 'periard' or any name is not an insanity.
>I don't expect you to provide a complete list. However, you suggested in >your mail that you had provided several, but in fact you had provided just >two. When I look at the two sites mentioned, it isn't clear to me that they >aren't both directly connected to the inventors rather than independent >users. If you can provide other sites, that might help people here feel more >confident that there's an established user community.
I come across a third site yesterday. (http://www.geocities.com/lktur/)I will notice you if I find more...
>> I know personnaly Louis Rougnon-Glasson and we are in contact regularly. >> Our project and his project are not rival but >> complementary. Don't be shy to ask him. He is very kind. We agree >> about the phonetic part of the standard. >The point is, he makes a point to differentiate his orthographic proposals >with the orthography you are implementing. >If they are different, and if at some point he has a user community >implementing his orthography and is looking for a >subtag to use, then the fact that they are different would imply that >different subtags are needed. Only if you can >convince us that they actually are the same or that they differ only in >insignificant ways such that using the same tag >(so that all users accept either variant equally) would it make sense to >consider a subtag like "ortograf" to which >both can claim an association.
both of us agree on the same spelling when we use the regular characters. In addition, he suggest new characters to replaces some. Even though he is clearly pro-ortograf, he point out that his new script can be used in traditionnal spelling. That's it. I don't know whether he wants to 'officialize" his new script but I don't think it is the point here.
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