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JACVOTE August 2004

Subject:

Re: JAC ballot 2004-02 - Sicilian

From:

Eeva Murtomaa <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

ISO JAC Voting Member List <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 11 Aug 2004 19:24:52 +0300

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Håvard Hjulstad wrote:

> JAC ballot 2004-02 - Sicilian
>
> PLEASE VOTE BY 2004-08-06.
>
> Submitted by (your name, please): Eeva Murtomaa
>
> Please see below for additional information.
>
>
> (A) -- Inclusion:
>
> (1)
>
> _x__ I am in favour of including "Sicilian" in 639-2 (alpha-3 code)
>
> ___ I am opposed to including "Sicilian" in 639-2 (alpha-3 code)
>
> [Inclusion in the alpha-2 table is not balloted.]
>
> (B) -- Identifier:
>
> (Please vote even if you are opposed to the inclusion of the item.)
>
> (2)
>
> _x__ I accept the alpha-3 identifier "scn" for "Sicilian" (if to be included)
>
> ___ I do not accept the alpha-3 identifier "scn" for "Sicilian" -- Comment:
>
> (C) -- Language names:
>
> (Please vote even if you are opposed to the inclusion of the item.)
>
> (3)
>
> __x_ I accept the English name "Sicilian"
>
> ___ I do not accept the English name "Sicilian" -- Comment:
>
> (4)
>
> x___ I accept the French name "sicilien"
>
> ___ I do not accept the French name "sicilien" -- Comment:
>
> (5)
>
> _x__ I accept the indigenous name "sicilianu"
>
> ___ I do not accept the indigenous name "sicilianu" -- Comment:
>
> (D)
>
> Other comments:
>
> * * * * * * * * *
>
> Additional information:
>
> Please find the original submission below.
>
> During the JAC discussion that was initiated on 2004-04-03 there has been no
> voices opposing the proposal. The only submission has been to the effect of
> assigning the identifier "scn", which is currently used in the draft of ISO
> 639-3.
>
> ORIGINAL SUBMISSION:
>
> This data was submitted on: Sunday, January 4, 2004 at 14:11:42
>
> lang_in_eng = Sicilian
> lang_in_fre = Sicilien
> ref_where_found_1 =
> http://www.logosdictionary.com/pls/dictionary/new_dictionary.dic.main?u_code
> =4395&code_language=&language_list=&trg_lg=&word=&phrase_code=5223781&connec
> t_value=1007885&procedure_type=ST&subject_code=&num_row=10
> lang_in_vern = Sicilianu
> ref_where_found_2 =
> http://www.logosdictionary.com/pls/dictionary/new_dictionary.dic.main?u_code
> =4395&code_language=&language_list=&trg_lg=&word=&phrase_code=5223781&connec
> t_value=1007885&procedure_type=ST&subject_code=&num_row=10
> trans_lit =
> evidence = - Biblioteca Centrale della Regione Siciliana - corso Vittorio
> Emanuele, 429 - 90134 PALERMO, Italy (50+)
> - Biblioteca dell'Assemblea Regionale Siciliana, Servizio documentazione e
> promozione culturale, piazza Parlamento, 1, 90134 PALERMO, Italy (50+)
> - Centro di studi filologici e linguistici Siciliani, via Pignatelli Aragona
> 86, 90141 Palermo, Italy (50+)
>
> addinfo = In reality the agencies holding texts, either printed books either
> manuscripts, written in Sicilian are in the order of the hundreds, both
> inside and outside Sicily. Just in the 9 Archivi di Stato of the nine
> Sicilian provinces are held tens of thousands of manuscripts written in
> Sicilian.
> The estimated number of speakers of Sicilian is around 5000000 of people in
> mainland Sicily, and around 3000000 in the rest of the world, and, as
> clearly stated from UNESCO, in example, it is not endangered of extinction
> by any means, being fluently spoken from young as from old people, with
> hundreds of books published every year. There is even a Nobel prize, Luigi
> Pirandello, rewarded for his contribution to modern drama, who did
> magnificient as much as unknown translations of ancient Greek pieces in
> Sicilian. request_addition = ISO 639-2 only 2_code_suggestion =
> 3_code_suggestion = sic
> submit_name = Alessandro Riolo
> submit_email = [log in to unmask]
> submit_status = Speaker of language. The main reason I am requesting to add
> this ISO 639-2 code is the fact that actually is really hard to divide the
> Sicilian texts from the Italian ones, even if the libraries are filled with
> Sicilian texts, because I can't query for that language (check in example
> the Z39.50 gateway to look in the Italian library catalogues at
> http://opac.sbn.it/cgi-bin/IccuForm.pl?form=WebFrame)
>

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