Re: OpenPGP keysigning: alternate encodings for fingerprint exchange
Tanguy Ortolo, 2013-06-28 11:58+0200:
> * Esperanto;
> * latin;
I forgot to mention the reason for these two suggestions. English is a
rather bad candidate for use by non-native speakers, because it has a
pronunciation that is not very deterministic, with letters that can have
distinct pronunciation depending on the word.
Latin is a common root to many current languages, and which I think has
a completely deterministic pronunciation. Esperanto is a roman language
that was designed as a candidate for an international language, and even
if I do not know how to speak it, I am quite confident it should have a
deterministic pronunciation too.
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