The map still does not show the territory of Xliponia (whose national language, namely Xliponian, is Romance)...
Kyrmse 08:48, 30 May 2005 (PDT)
- Jan Van Steenbergen asked me to do an updated version of it, however, I don't have the PSD file at my disposal. If you want to upload the version you made, that will work, for now, at least. BoArthur
- OK, Xliponian has been added as a Romance language! Kyrmse 05:34, 29 Sep 2005 (PDT)
Eh, methinks the Balkans are a little bit too clear-cut and oversimplified. If the Albanian presence in Dardania/Kosovo is shown, then the rest should be shown, too... But then there's an idea for a future project: linguistic map of the Balkans...
- Good idea! BTW, is your Slavo-Greek project part of IB, after all? --IJzeren Jan 23:10, 1 December 2005 (PST)
- Project is an overstatement - I came up with the idea, the beginnings of some phonological scribblings, but nothing more detailed. So I'm not sure it should be included, but if it is, then that is IB-Macedonian, spoken in the same area as *here's* Macedonian, plus further east along the Bulgaro-Hellene border.