Interpretation of pi-LA (Pali as in Laos)
Richard Wordingham via CLDR-Users
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Thu Jan 10 20:52:53 CST 2019
As I appear to be a robot*, I request that the CLDR developers please
address the issues below:
On Tue, 9 Jun 2015 18:13:22 +0100
Richard Wordingham <richard.wordingham at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> There were a couple of entries in there that surprised me and I
> still think the scripts are wrong in a few of these cases. Is there
> any straightforward way of checking how they were derived? They are:
> sga => sga_Ogam_IE ! Surely Latn is the main script for Old Irish
> ! (unless you want to count Latg)
> non => non_Runr_SE ! I think Latn, but perhaps it depends on how you
> ! measure usage. I understood that most of the Old
> ! Norse material came from Iceland.
> nod => nod_Lana_TH ! I think Thai - unless there has been a major
> shift ! recently.
The case of Northern Thai appears likely be addressed by ticket #11603.
*Robots are still not allowed to submit tickets, so don't ask.
P.S. I can't find my serial number or product number, so not quoted.
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