[Spellyans] Partnership Meeting and SWF Review

Janice Lobb janicelobb at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 17:41:07 GMT 2012

The idea, surely, of having "active" users is to have people who have been
trying to use SWF and encountering problems which need to be addressed. It
doesn't necessarily mean whole hearted supporters of SWF. Anyone who has
just been sitting back and hoping that it will go away wouldn't be so on
the ball. Nothing sinister that I can see. You and Nicholas probably know
its short-comings better than anyone. Just make sure that when the
questionnaire comes round you put yourselves down as "users" in some
capacity or other! The Review Board will have to consult all groups anyway.

On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 2:09 PM, Michael Everson <everson at evertype.com>wrote:

> Following on from a report by Ray Chubb, I have sent the following to the
> MAGA Corpus group of which I am a member.
> ====
> I understand that Loveday Jenkin managed to push through the Partnership
> meeting today the condition that members of the SWF Review Board must be
> "active users" of the SWF.
> I assume that this is part of the Kesva/Cowethas plan to make the SWF more
> like Kernowek Kemyn, and that it shows a specific bias against myself and
> Nicholas Williams, despite the fact that we did in fact edit Skeul an Tavas
> in both SWF/T and SWF/K.
> The SWF has many shortcomings. I doubt very much that most Cornish
> speakers even understand most of its shortcomings. It deserves criticism
> and improvement—or abandonment.
> ====
> It appears that the Kesva and Cowethas are up their old tricks again, and
> that there really is no "Partnership" at all.
> Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com/
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