RE: Proposal for a subtag registration (fr-2004-ORTOGRAF or fr-ortograf ?)
cewcathar at hotmail.com
Thu Dec 13 21:08:22 CET 2007
Hi:I still tend to support this subtag--although there actually seem to be three orthographies--but the two ones we've been concerned about are about to converge--and so this orthography will not be on a network and private use might be insufficient! It really depends for me whether there are books in this orthography or people using it;I find it quite readable in any case. I do think now that the best subtag might be periard ortograf would be o.k. however nce the two orthographies converge--except that the alternative orthography (ortoalt ??) at the City of Montreal web site
is apparently not going to be included in this, since it is not M. Periard's orthography. Regarding the second orthography: http://alrg.free.fr/ortograf/#tous-nos-liensEnglish translation of some of the text:'You are at the site of the movement "Ortograf-Europe" initiated by Louis Rougnon-Glasson. A very different, but nevertheless complementary politic (set of principles), is practiced by Mario Periard's movement "Ortograf-Quebec," at the URL: http://www.ortograf.net ' As I understand it from M. Periard, these two movements are in the process of converging (the main difference is in the use of special characters to represent certain sounds) ) --C. E. Whiteheadcewcathar at hotmail.com
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