[Spellyans] Is there a future for the SWF?

Craig Weatherhill craig at agantavas.org
Sun May 20 12:25:59 IST 2012


The "agreement" was that, apart from official use and the earlier  
stages of formal education, where the K form would be used,  
traditional graphs had ABSOLUTE equality.  That agreement has not been  
honoured.

Craig





On 20 Me 2012, at 12:04, Nicky Rowe wrote:

> I was talking about the SWF's traditional forms.
>
> Nicky
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> If there were no place for traditional orthographic forms, Nicky,  
> the Revival wouldn't have seen published over a million words in  
> Cornish using them.
>
> Does anyone want to read the Bible in Cornish? They'll have  
> traditional orthographic forms. How about Stevenson's classic  
> "Treasure Island"? Yes, the AHG agreement made KK graphs "superior"  
> and Traditional graphs "of not equal status" but people who are  
> creating texts for the Revival are doing so using Traditional graphs.
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