Re: Igbo [ig] exemplar characters set should not have ẹ
Mark Davis ☕️ via CLDR-Users
cldr-users at unicode.org
Wed Nov 14 12:54:30 CST 2018
We are planning to move to Jira, which should take care of the spam issues.
The question is whether ẹ U+1EB9 was used historically or is used special
circumstances in Igbo (eg foreign words, dialects, etc); in either of those
cases it should be moved to "aux".
On Wed, Jul 25, 2018 at 11:21 AM Denis Jacquerye via CLDR-Users <
cldr-users at unicode.org> wrote:
> I’m posting this here since the spambot refuses to let me open new issues
> on the Bug Tracking site.
> ẹ U+1EB9 doesn’t seem to be used in Igbo, yet it is listed in the CLDR
> Igbo [ig] locale default exemplar characters set.
> It cannot be found in:
> - Igbo Wikipedia site
> - BBC Igbo site
> - Wikipedia Igbo Language article
> - Kay Williamson, *Dictionary of Ọ̀nị̀chà Igbo*, 2006
> - Yvonne C. Mbanefo, *Okowaokwu Igbo Umuaka : Igbo Dictionary for
> Children*, 2016
> - Windows Igbo keyboard layout
> - I haven’t checked Ayo Bamgbose, Orthographies of Nigerian languages:
> manual I, Lagos, Federal Ministry of Education, National Language
> Centre, 1982.
> ẹ U+1EB9 should be removed from the Igbo [ig] default exemplar characters
> Denis Moyogo Jacquerye
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> CLDR-Users at unicode.org
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