From: Peter Constable (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 27 2004 - 15:25:09 EDT
Since we're talking about Romanian...
Prior to 1991, the Soviet-controlled administration attempted to create
a distinct linguistic identity, Moldovian, which as I understand it
basically amounted to Romanian written in Cyrillic script. (They tried
to introduce some archaic Romanian forms and Russian loans, but
apparently none of it stuck.)
How relevant is Romanian in Cyrillic script at this point? For instance,
what's the likelihood that someone might want to put Romanian-Cyrillic
content on the web? Already being done? A reasonable possibility?
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