Date: Fri Feb 15 2008 - 13:31:34 CST
email@example.com wrote on 02/14/2008 02:39:43 PM:
> Just take list with a grain of salt. Its interesting to not that for a
> least two entries, The text was prepared in an 8-bit legacy encoding
> and was not converted to Unicode before inclusion in the document.
> For the two Dinka entries, the text 'Thok Ã«bÃ«n apiÃ¦th' should read
> 'Thok Ã«bÃ«n apiÉ›th'
Looks like the entry for tat was also using an 8-bit legacy font.
Also, some of the ISO 639-3 codes are wrong:
gua should be guh - if the language name is right :-)
din should be dks - if the language name is right :-)
tir should be tic - if the language name is right :-)
son should probably be ses (son was ISO 639-2)
pba should be rap
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