On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 11:25 AM, Muhammad Alsebaey <shipmaster(a)gmail.com>wrote;wrote:
In my mind, the best way to go about those languages is wait and see if
actual speakers adopt them as written and THEN grant them wikipedias. i.e,
have one of the rules (beside having the sacred ISO code) be ' The
should point to a substantial body of written literature' or something like
Good luck getting everyone to decide what is "substantial." Some would
consider a single long-running magazine to be evidence, others would
require a library of books.
I mean hell, we can't even come to an agreement on what's considered
"notable," much less what is considered "substantial."