>From: Mark Davis [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2000 10:37 AM
>If those can be confirmed, then the SpecialCasing file should be modified to add
>them. Could you verify this in time for the next UTC?
What might make more sense is to handle Turkic Languages as a group in special casing. If the language sticks with a Cyrillic script for example, the Latin casing is moot. But maybe it is not entirely moot because it will properly handle words in sister languages. I suspect that there will be more that will drop Cyrillic in favor of either Latin or Arabic scripts.
This way it does not matter if a language is written in Latin, Cyrillic or Arabic scripts or a combination of the three.
Whether all Turkic languages use the dotless i is another matter.
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