New localization project for nod
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Last edit: 13:33, 18 June 2016
I'd like to start a new localization project for nod (Northern Thai). What do I have to do? The ISO 639-3 is nod. It's written from left to right. The name in English is Northern Thai, and its native name is written in two scripts: คำเมือง (Thai script) and ᨣᩴᩤᨾᩮᩥᩬᨦ (Tai Tham script).
Hi! Thanks for the interest in adding a new language. Can you follow the instructions at Translatewiki.net languages?
Alifshinobi has listed himself as a translator for this language (nod).
- Do you want the language to fall back to another language, not English?
- You mention two scripts for the language. Only Thai script is listed on the portal (ISO 15924). Does Tai Tham script have an ISO code? Will you be translating into Thai script first? Should Thai script be the script in which the language is enabled first?