You mean like americans did with English ? So, how well does that work nowadays for them ?
Originally Posted by Delgarde
When it comes to my HP scanner, it ONLY works on Linux as the official HP drivers refuse to work with the scanner on Windows.
But I still don't see what this has to do with Replicant...
Nobody made the English language, it evolved from other languages.
Originally Posted by Brane215
Well, yes and no. American English did evolve naturally, but it was different all across the continent. Then came Noah Webster, and synthesised a dictionary that he hoped everyone would eventually adopt in favour of their local dialects. In it he was trying to remove things that were French-sounding and weren't in Latin (but he overshot and removed too much of it, including some that was in Latin to begin with) or things that in his opinion were needlessly complex. And his plan worked. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_Webster#Publication
Originally Posted by synaptix
Simply no. All Webster did was a 'freeze' on the english repostory. And that's not even working well, as our language is still evolving today.
Originally Posted by GreatEmerald
Sup dawg, yo momma makes ya proud!
All languages do, apart from dead ones like Latin.
Originally Posted by oliver
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