księżycowy wrote:As I told dEhiN in a PM, I was joking around, but that's good to know anyway.
Irusia wrote:As I understand, there are two variants:
1. Southeast Asian languages subforum + Australian and Oceanian languages subforum
2. Mainland Southeast Asian languages subforum + Pacific languages subforum (or we can call it Australian, Austronesian and Papuan languages subforum)
I seems that I'm the only one in favour of the later (and maybe vijayjohn? although it seems he is ok with either of the options), but we can still make a poll.
Luís wrote:Is there a TL;DR version of this discussion?
księżycowy wrote:And really Vijay, only you would give such a shit about those languages spoken in and around Timor.
I wouldn't say I've given in, but I just see no point to hitting my head against the same wall all day.
księżycowy wrote:It occurs to me that the designation "mainland SEA" is not the best opnion to rename the SEA forum.
księżycowy wrote:So, by way of recap, I think most of us that have taken part in this conversation agree to the following:
-The SEA forum stays with the same name, and includes all the languages of mainland SEA (for example: Vietnamese, Cambodian, Cham, Hmong, etc.)
-The Polynesian forum becomes the Pacific forum and includes the following language families/groups: Australian Aboriginal, Papuan, Austronesian (except those that have their own forum).
My last remaining question is, are we moving languages that are in forums already, such as Tagalog, under the current scheme or not?
I think we've all agreed to leave Malagasy in the African subforum. My question is confined to the SEA forum.
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