Status of recent proposals

Michael Everson everson at
Sat Oct 2 05:23:53 CEST 2010

On 2 Oct 2010, at 10:04, David Starner wrote:

> The Wikipedia article also refers to "(A traditional Arabic-based transcription of Wolof called Wolofal dates back to the pre-colonial period and is still used by many people.)"

I saw it.àkk) doesn't mention Arabic has no sign of Arabic. Looks pretty good, too.

In any case the whole suppress-script thing is supposed to be quantitative, and evidence for quickly accepting the request is wanting. If the requester can substantiate his claim, he can make another request.

Michael Everson *

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