From: Michael Everson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 10 2004 - 14:15:58 CDT
At 11:32 -0700 2004-06-10, Peter Constable wrote:
>We're talking about the same group of languages. I believe they use
> > Also: What about upper case forms?
>The uppercase of !xhosa is !Xhosa. Uppercase versions of phonetic
>symbols are a concern only if the phonetic symbols gain currency, which
>is not the case here.
True. Though it would be fun to draw some of them.
I believe, by the way, that chû: is now written
!Xung though whether or not the speakers are
literate and make use of a practical orthography
A couple of errors were corrected in the version
which is on my web site (including the title);
that document has been sent to UTC and WG2. In
the first sentence it suggests that chû: is
"Kxoe", but on further research this seems to be
a different language. I think chû: is what the
Ethnologue calls Kung-Ekoka (in Namibia).
-- Michael Everson * * Everson Typography * * http://www.evertype.com
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