Re: I Made Up My Mind (was: Boreanesian in the Web)
|From:||And Rosta <a.rosta@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 9, 2001, 3:51|
> I want the romanization scheme to appear as if it represented a real-
> life non-minority language. AFAIK, there are no major languages out
> there with a romanization scheme using a superscript <n>. If there is
> please tell me so that I can perhaps be inspired -- if its not too late.
It is also a feature of natlangs in the modern age that they have to
find ways of representing themselves in ascii in order to be used in
email. So you could use a scheme that Boreanesians use when writing
That's what I do with Livagian: there's the romanization with thorn,
eth, yogh and diacritics, and there's the ascii romanization.