In this case I think the language committee wants to be involved. This is
one of the longstanding issues we face and we do not want to muddle the
waters even more. So in this case it is not ok to move forward imho.
On 8 June 2017 at 16:54, Nikki <no-reply(a)phabricator.wikimedia.org> wrote:
Nikki added a comment.
We already have Norman under the (completely incorrect) code nrm and
T25216 <https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T25216> is asking for the
existing Norman Wikipedia to be moved from that code to nrf. If that
happens, I would expect Wikidata to also switch to using nrf for Norman.
nrf explicitly covers both Jèrriais and Guernésiais and possibly applies
to the other mutually intelligible varieties too (might be worth asking the
ISO 639-3 RA for clarification). Either way, if you specifically want to
say Guernésiais, I would suggest nrf-gg (i.e. including the country code
for Guernsey) as a more appropriate code (and then Jèrriais would be
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