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Strictly speaking these are different orthographies. We now call the first KS1 and we call the second KS. The former was a proposal based in large part on Jordan's Creation. The latter was a response to the SWF specification. This should be made clear, either in two articles or in two sections here.
Another point. While KS does suggest remedies to faults found in the SWF, it is also a literary orthography which is in use. -- Evertype·✆ 18:54, 5 September 2010 (UTC)
With the new complete Bible in Cornish, and that in Standard Cornish, does this mean that the language question is definitely settled? Hellsepp 22:25, 18 August 2011 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hellsepp (talk • contribs)
Hardly. KS has had almost zero uptake amongst the language community, despite the publication of several books using the orthography. Nicholas Williams is probably the only fluent user, and all books containing KS have either been written by him or have had substantial input from him. Soylentbeige (talk) 11:17, 9 May 2014 (UTC)
Is the KS specification available on the web somewhere? There is a link to KS1 (revision 16) but I didn't see one to the later KS - not even on kernowek.net.
Is the specification in Desky Kernowek? Or are the changes between SWF and KS limited to the ones in the Wikipedia article, so that a full specification is unnecessary? Or where can more information be found? -- pne(talk) 10:46, 31 May 2013 (UTC)
There is no KS specification, the only way to learn KS is through Desky Kernowek. --Kerneweger (talk) 11:37, 31 May 2013 (UTC)
Desky Kernowek is a specification. What do you mean? -- Evertype·✆ 16:17, 27 October 2013 (UTC)
┌────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┘do you want a specification here? -- Evertype·✆ 09:08, 3 October 2015 (UTC)