Last call for ISO 15924-based updates
gerard.lang at insee.fr
Thu Mar 12 17:39:24 CET 2009
According to the GENUNG's Glossary (2002) "diacritic" (french "signe diacritique) is:
"A sign, usually small, placed above, below or across a letter or group of letters in order to change the phonemic value of the original letter(s), or to denote stress or tone, or to distinguish between two words".
So, I do not see how it could be possible to "tag diacritics only" without any reference to the "diacriticised letter(s)".
Maybe I do not understand, but I would like an explanation.
De : ietf-languages-bounces at alvestrand.no [mailto:ietf-languages-bounces at alvestrand.no] De la part de John Cowan
Envoyé : jeudi 12 mars 2009 17:28
À : Doug Ewell
Cc : ietf-languages at iana.org
Objet : Re: Last call for ISO 15924-based updates
Doug Ewell scripsit:
> If you really want to see a comment added at this point, we need a
> consensus quickly, or else a proposal to extend the review period.
Here's my terse proposal:
Comment: Used to tag diacritics only; not for use with documents.
Is there anyone who can't live with this?
John Cowan cowan at ccil.org http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
Most people are much more ignorant about language than they are about [other subjects], but they reckon that because they can talk and read and write, their opinions about talking and reading and writing are as well informed as anybody's. And since I have DNA, I'm entitled to carry on at length about genetics without bothering to learn anything about it. Not.
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