People from Moldovan and Romania are partisan to this conflict. From a
language point of view the political arguments are irrelevant. It is wrong
to insist that this is vote is acceptable. It is also wrong to eventually
say there is a consensus.
On Nov 10, 2007 2:18 PM, Johannes Rohr <jorohr(a)gmail.com> wrote:
As such I do not agree with the proposal but the
strong. There is a war going on and one expression of a language is
prohibited by law by one of the parties and we fail to appreciate it
Do you refer to Moldova's banning of Cyrillic or Transnistrias
oppression of Roman?
However, I fail to see how external political decisions should decide
over the fate of the mo.wiki.
I feel that this decision should be up to the community of native
speakers. And this community, as the discussion has shown,
unanimously opposes the existance of a separate mo.wiki.
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