for each dialect
I also have to remind you that the use of the expressions "Langiage" and
"Dialect" is not going to be an ISO standard anymore, and therefore your
assertion is... 100% political.
Sorry, it's not me making the ISO codes. If you're not happy with ISO, then
you should write to ISO, not to me or to this list.
Also, I'm busy with important things in my life (your mood is not), so I
will not answer anymore on this subject, until there is an interesting
Berto 'd Sera
Personagi dl'ann 2006 per l'arvista american-a Time (tanme tuti vojaotri)
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Delirium
Sent: Friday, February 16, 2007 12:59 AM
Subject: Re: [Wikipedia-l] Conspicuous only in its absence (was Moldavian)
Berto 'd Sera wrote:
First of all, the WMF does *not* want to have any
content in the Moldovan
dialect (Romanian as *spoken* in the historic region of Moldavia, which
would currently comprise Eastern part of Romania and Moldova with
Right the opposite. ANY encyclopedic content in an ISO recognized entity
(thus including the Moldovan Linguistic Entity) is desirable. It's about the
planet, not about you and your country, in case you ain't clear with it.
Wikimedia already has a longstanding preference not to split Wikipedias
into separate ones for each dialect, as much as possible. Therefore
nobody would support splitting the English Wikipedia into
American-English and British-English and Australian-English Wikipedias,
and similarly a *lot* of effort was put into keeping the Chinese
Wikipedia from splitting into Simplified and Traditional Chinese
Wikipedias, and efforts to split off a Cantonese Wikipedia have also
been consistently opposed.
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