New Kemr is a nice piece of QSS Padraic recently dug up from the archives of the Lla Sessiwn. Politically is shouldn't pose a problem, because it seems to be merely an ethnic thing. But there's one little conflict: the text on New Kemr suggests that the official language of Rio de La Plata is Castilian, while the page of RdLP itself mentions Aragonese. I suppose there's no problem with changing the text to Aragonese, but I wanted to mention it anyway. Cheers, IJzeren Jan 08:47, 11 Feb 2005 (PST)
- Well. Reviewing the history of *here*'s Argentina, I have realized that the official name of that region is República del Riu de L'Argent, which is in Catalan. Both Catalan and Aragonese are official languages in Riu de L'Argent, with Catalan as the most spoken language, while Aragonese is basically a language used for some official documents and into the Aragonese League.
- --Chlewey 06:57, 19 Feb 2005 (PST)
- Two diferent languages *here*. Look at Aragonese in Wikipedia for *here*'s Aragonese and spoken in some valeys in the Pyrinees. There is no a single official dialect, but in Ill Bethisad, it has a status of official language, with an official standard dialect. Most people in Catalonia and Valencia are bilingual, but people in former Aragonese colonies are usually monolongual with Catalan as their main language (most of the people who settle there were from Catalonia). --Chlewey 09:08, 19 Feb 2005 (PST)
Prudes among us?
Speaking for those who may want to remain free from words deemed unacceptable in polite speech, I don't know if we want to change the example words, as they're somewhat offensive to americans. I don't care personally, however, I know there are those that _really_ do. BoArthur 10:31, 6 Apr 2005 (PDT)