Back on topic please
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Tue Feb 20 19:04:29 CET 2007
>Frank Ellermann scripsit:
> > Michael Everson wrote:
> > > Current relevant topics are:
> > > 1. Approving Valencian with only one descriptor
> > My preference was two (native + English)
>I prefer to have only one, aligned with the other such cases.
> > > 2. Deciding if Panturk is a satisfactory subtag
> > Acceptable, like nta1926 (or similar) and another
> > proposed name for this variant.
>I prefer "panturk" to either "nta1926" or "jangalif"; it is clearer than
>"nta1926" and more general than "jangalif".
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Hi, I kind of prefer nta1926 which seems more specific with the date and
I'm happy with Valencian with either one or two descriptors!
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