On 4/13/05, Pablo Saratxaga <pablo(a)mandriva.com> wrote:
For Serbian maybe it isn't needed,
Huh... Maybe I can say that I can't belive. Around 50% of Serbs are
using Latin alphabet as their primary alphabet! I am using Cyrillic,
but my girlfriend and a lot of my friends use Latin as their primary
alphabet. Two of my bank cards are written in Latin alphabet and one
is written in Cyrillic. Almost all companies print their visit-cards
in Latin alphabet (in Serbian). A lot of people don't contribute to
Serbian Wikipedia because we are waiting for Latin implementation...
Come to Belgrade and see the situation.
In formal way, Cyrillic is official alphabet. So, if we have to chose
between that two alphabets, Cyrillic is "more equal". But, if we can
use both, we should use both.