Re: CPA - An ASCII-based phonetic alphabet
|From:||Steve Kramer <scooter@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 16, 2001, 22:09|
>> If so, perhaps we could all agree on modifications to CPA or the
>> other standard advanced, and use it instead as our own list
>Let me explain my feelings with an analogy:
>SAMPA and X-SAMPA are like English.
>Kirschenbaum ASCII-IPA is like Esperanto.
>The newer schemes are like Ido, Novial, Latine sine flexione,
>Interlingua, Interlingua, Interlingue, and so on.
>Note: This list uses English almost exclusively. So does AUXLANG, for
>I get the idea, and I'm not about to start with the conlang/auxlang "holy wars"
(which I have my own views on). It's just that Jorg's system seemed so much
more straightforward to me. I suppose I'll have to learn X-SAMPA, then.
Steve Kramer -=oOo=- scooter at buser dot net
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