On Mon, Oct 10, 2005 at 03:14:57AM -0700, Mark Williamson wrote:
In the future sh.wiki hopes to implement an automatic
between Cyrillic, Latin, Ijekavski, and Ekavski, so these
stylistic/dialect/variety issues won't be a problem anymore.
Now, with such conversion, you wouldn't have to worry about edit wars
over what norm is used, because no matter what norm it is written in,
it is displayed in the chosen norm (possibly based on IP range-- users
in Croatia and Bosnia get Ijekavian, users in Serbia get Ekavian;
users in Croatia, Bosnia, and Montenegro get Latin alphabet, users in
Serbia get Cyrillic, but of course you can change these preferences).
It's possible to convert those things, but it's much more troublesome to
convert expressions and phrases which also differ, let alone style.
I never heard of anyone making such a comprehensive converter work.
(Sorry for the slow reply.)
2. That which causes joy or happiness.