If it is "language" that you mean
the upcoming ISO 639 standard has totally abandoned your terminology.
There are NOT anymore languages and dialects, all that we have is
"Linguistic entities". (thank God, just think of the millions of hours
people like you spent on edit wars to decide whether code X was actually a
dialet, a language, a local variant of a dialect that needed to be regarded
as a language, etc etc etc...).
The industry says *linguistic entity*, so that's what we all have to manage.
Languages and dialects are dead. What we have is linguistic carriers that we
use to deliver information. What we have is "human bandwidth". How these
carriers maybe (or may not) related to anybody's
flag/passport/religion/sexual inclinations/etc is none of our business.
We want to deliver a service and we will deliver it in all possible
linguistic entities. Full stop.
I would be OK with the situation, if a conversion
script were installed on the Romanian Wikipedia,
That's good news. Because this
might really happen, if you guys stop making
this all thing look as an international terrorist act against the sacred
Romanian Flag and simply start to be constructive. You mean that RO.wiki
would accept having on ALL of its pages a link saying "this page in
cyrillic", or something like that? That's interesting, and no, on this
paragraph I'm absolutely not joking. Never been this serious in my life.
Now do me a favour, will you tell me how we can verify that the ro.wiki
admin structure will respect users and content coming from the cyr
interface? It's no provocation, it's a serious question, and I want a VERY
Pls no dramas, tears, emotions, etc. Let's talk business. I live in the east
myself and I can give all this drama a proper weight. Sit down, show your
money and be concrete. All sorts of lyric rubbish are nice for tourists, but
here we have a real problem and need a real solution, okay?
Berto 'd Sera
Personagi dl'ann 2006 per l'arvista american-a Time (tanme tuti vojaotri)