Re: Neutral (non-national) symbols for languages
> But, anyway, there is certainly no other solution: long name, in
> English, if enough room....or ISO code when short on space.
Yes, long name in english or in the language itself, or the ISO code,
better the two letters code than the three one.
> "Mix of flags" is impossible to use: what would one use for
> Spanish, English, etc. (all those languages used officially in many
> countries) and what about minority languages?
Yes, the mix of flags is a bad idea, but if you want some graphical
symbol I think it is the best solution.
Some minority languages, like galician, are in a little territory that
sometimes has a representative flag, so the minority language could
use that flag.