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<div dir="ltr"><pre>Hi.<br>Doug Ewell doug at ewellic.org<br>Tue Nov 19 19:21:21 CET 2013<i><br><br>> . . . <br></i>>><i> This is how Wikipedia classifies these. So doing so might help those
</i>>><i> who follow Wikipedia's scheme get search results.
> If you mean Wikipedia's internal language coding system (as opposed to
> the content of its articles), this is not relevant since that system
> does not use BCP 47.
<br><br>No, I meant "who follow" the content of its articles/its linguistic classification scheme as defined in its articles, and not its internal coding scheme. That is I meant sites that currently tag linguistic that is in these languages/dialects as dialects of Serbo-Croatian.<br><br>Thus my purpose was to say that whether these have sh- as the macro-language, or whether one is considered a variant of Bosnian, should depend on how current internet content in these languages is classified/tagged.<br><br><br>That's all.<br><br>Best,<br><br>--C. E. Whitehead<br>firstname.lastname@example.org<br></pre></div>