Adding new languages; ISO codes aer, pjt, rop and tcs

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Adding new languages; ISO codes aer, pjt, rop and tcs

I would like to add support for three languages:

  • aer
    • Local name: Arrernte
    • Name in English: Eastern Arrernte
    • Written: left to right
    • Script: Latin script
  • pjt
    • Local name: Pitjantjatjara
    • Name in English: Pitjantjatjara
    • Written: left to right
    • Script: Latin script, Pitjantjatjara alphabet (extra letters; Ḻ, ḻ, Ṉ, ṉ, Ṟ, ṟ, Ṯ, ṯ)
  • rop
    • Local name: Kriol
    • Name in English: Australian Kriol
    • Written: left to right
    • Script: Latin script
  • tcs
    • Local name: Yumplatok
    • Name in English: Torres Strait Creole
    • Written: left to right
    • Script: Latin script
    MinecraftAustralia (talk)08:20, 24 July 2021

    Hi MinecraftAustralia!

    I can do it, but I have a few questions:

    • Are you going to bring in people who will actually translate into these languages?
    • There are several languages called "Kriol" in our databases. Can you please give an unambiguous name?
    • Are there any other websites in these languages? Or content in these languages on any other websites?

    Thanks! :)

      Amir E. Aharoni (talk)11:55, 26 July 2021

      Hi, sorry I replied a bit late. The Kriol is called Australian Kriol or Roper River Kriol. There aren't tons of website in these languages but neither is there in half the languages on here so yeah. There are a couple of websites in Kriol.

        MinecraftAustralia (talk)08:31, 31 July 2021