Reshat Sabiq's requests for two Tatar orthographic variants
dewell at adelphia.net
Wed Feb 21 17:15:34 CET 2007
I'd really prefer to avoid a proliferation of language-specific variants
for this historic orthography, unless it can be shown that the
variations are fundamentally different from each other, in a way that
Latin for English, Latin for French, Latin for Hindi, etc. are not.
Suppose we register "nta1926" (just for illustration, not my first
choice). Then you would have "tt-nta1926", "kk-nta1926", "ba-nta1926",
and so forth. There should be no need for a Tatar-specific subvariant
because "tt" already indicates the Tatar language.
Does this makes sense to everyone?
Doug Ewell * Fullerton, California, USA * RFC 4645 * UTN #14
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