Ok, there are some basic facts, that the request didn't provide.
1. Most of the articles on no: is on either bokmål or riksmål.
2. The debate started on nn:, and is probably an attempt to claim (or
deny the other part use of the no; domain)
3. A split (practicaly a move) would give bokmål (the dominant
language) a unfamiliar name.
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