"Fransin" simplified orthography for French

David Starner prosfilaes at gmail.com
Tue Feb 14 01:15:27 CET 2017

I'm concerned about "Pierre claims that a published Wikipedia is necessary
to meet these goals, but Wikipedia has informed him that he needs "an
official language code for Fransin" before they will publish one.", at
least from the perspective of the submitter. This is not effectively true.
There will not ever be an official Fransin Wikipedia, because it's an
orthography of French. It's possible the French Wikipedia might accept
articles written in Fransin, or that the French Wikipedia will include code
that will allow articles to be written or seen in Fransin orthography, much
like they do to support both Traditional and Simplified Chinese on the same
Wikipedia. That's pretty much up to the denizens of the French Wikipedia.
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