From: Erkki Kolehmainen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jun 26 2006 - 08:03:32 CDT
The UPA additions were (and will be, since - as our background document
explains - there will eventually be some more) independent from LMA.
We did, however, happen to request additional UPA characters and a
subset of LMA characters in the same meeting. Our request for the LMA
characters was deliberately a limited one, asking for only the ones that
the Swedish department of RILF presently needs for a publication.
I should also strongly advise you to involve Sweden in the LMA proposal,
especially now that Svenska Språknämnden is intending to participate in
the standards work of SIS TK445 (also for CLDR).
Michael Everson wrote:
> At 14:22 +0300 2006-06-26, Erkki Kolehmainen wrote:
>> you seem to be presently mixing up the UPA and the Landsmålsalfabetet.
> Actually I just don't know what character Peter is talking about and
> while travelling I haven't been able to look it up. But weren't the UPA
> additions borrowings from the LMA?
>> This was a UPA addition, and the name was corrected already at the WG2
>> meeting (at my request). The LMA names have not solidified yet (since
>> you and Asmus agreed on them not being the best possible candidates,
>> while you were unable to agree on what would be), but please ensure
>> that they'll be right at the time of the ballot comments.
> I would be very happy to talk with you and Klass and Trond offline about
> that, because since Trond and I are starting to look into the larger
> implications of LMA, Norvegia, and Dania.
> Best regards,
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