brobostigongood morning everyone.09:32
Espreonianto: Hurry, the Scotts are gonna get po files for their language in the repository first!23:33
EspreonHmmm... one t too many.23:33
EspreonPerhaps I shall use the first t to crucify the second...23:34
EspreonBut really, it probably won't matter.23:35
EspreonLet's just see how fluent this Scottish Gaelic speaker is...23:35
EspreonWell, at least you'll beat the Cornish no matter what.23:43
Espreon... and the Manx... and I guess the Bretons.23:44
EspreonAm I missing anyone?23:44
EspreonThe Irish already have po files.23:46
EspreonDoes anyone really care about Cornwall anymore?23:48
Espreonianto: I felt like I've asked you this before, but do you know where I can get a good introductory text for Welsh grammar?23:51
iantoEspreon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Modern-Welsh-Comprehensive-Routledge-Grammars/dp/0415282705 ?23:52
EspreonI was looking for an e-text.23:54
EspreonBut ick, that's expensive.23:54
iantoHeh welcome to academia23:54
EspreonAnd sadly, the only Welsh grammar books my university has is one that was written in the eighteenth century (not quite sure what stage I'd be reading about... but still...) and another on Middle Welsh.23:56
EspreonNot that I wouldn't care to learn about Middle Welsh... it's just that... I'm sure Middle Welsh has those evil central vowels.23:56
EspreonYeah, distinctive central high vowels don't like me and I don't like them.23:57
EspreonThat's why I avoid Northern Welsh.23:57
Espreon... for now.23:57
iantoEspreon: It might be worth reading some of John Morris Jones' stuff, it was done in the late 19th century but still has relevance today23:58
iantoEspreon: http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/A_Welsh_Grammar,_Historical_and_Comparative23:58
EspreonI'll have a look at it sometime. Thanks.23:59
EspreonRight now, I'm hunting down sources for English runes.23:59
Espreon... every source possible...23:59

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