From: JFC Morfin (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Apr 08 2008 - 17:35:16 CDT
At 11:09 08/04/2008, Hans Aberg wrote:
>On 5 Apr 2008, at 19:00, JFC Morfin wrote:
>>For a preparatory work at ISOC France on IETF Internationalized
>>Domain Names though Applications I need to document all the code
>>points corresponding to the support of the France's languages: (1)
>>French (2) Litterary Arabic (3) Berber (4) the various "langues de
>>France" (Breton, Provenšal, Occitant, Basque, Normand, Picard,
>>Lorrain, Alsacien, Corse, etc.). Also the differences between ISO
>>10646 and Unicode 5.0, since ISO 10646 is bilingual.
>>Would someone know if that information is published and where?
>This might be difficult for any single language, because for example
>Swedish, although formally not using diacritical marks except for the
>individual letters ńň÷┼─Í, borrowed words may use them, like in "idÚ".
>But if you can do it for individual languages, then the rest can be
>done taking the union of languages in lists like in:
Thank you for your inputs. My approach is not a linguist approach,
but a multilinguist one. Meaning I am interested in the technical,
political, economical, cultural support of the linguistic diversity.
What we try to evaluate is the effective technical needs of languages
to build a language multilingual data sheet that can be used to
support multilingualisation and facilitation technologies. An
application is for example the support of linguistic domain names.
All the best.
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