[Spellyans] SWF (t) and Maga web site

christian.semmens at gmail.com christian.semmens at gmail.com
Sun Aug 5 12:00:00 BST 2012

then not only have we been disenfranchised, but the interests of traditional Cornish are being actively worked against. Maga is now a group whose function is to promulgate a modified version of Kemmyn. As such, they now become part of the problem and nothing to do with the 'solution'. Sadly I see no way forward with the process, it is beginning to look a betrayal.
Once again I suggest that it is not the traditional forms that need to justify their existence, it is those that derive their form from Kemmyn. Especially as their raison d'etre has been dropped. How can we move forward with this process the way things are?

On 05/08/2012 10:00 Ray Chubb wrote:

I note that the glossaries have been removed from the Maga web site, 
presumably because the SWF dictionary is now in place.

This means that, apart from any items that might appear in the 
newsletter where the contributor has to insist that the traditional 
graph option is used, there is now no indication of what native 
Cornish actually looks like when anyone comes into contact with the 

Shame on them!!!

What is more serious, if we refer to the Partnership's own survey of 
Cornish users, possibly as much as 57% of Cornish users are 
disenfranchised by the web site.

If any one on this forum doesn't have the SWF (t) glossary I can send 
them a pdf file.

Ray Chubb


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