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alternate names?[edit]

I assume "Uniform Turkic Alphabet" is the same thing as "New Turkic Alphabet"? Google currently has 42 hits on the latter phrase. I will make a redirect from "New Turkic Alphabet" to "Uniform Turkic Alphabet"; sorry if they are actually two separate things. --Mathew5000 10:29, 8 June 2006 (UTC)

Title is totally wrong! "New Turkic Alphabet" that is translation from Russian is known also in Turkic languages as Jaŋalif (in modern notation Yanalif or Yangalif). Jaŋalif isn't Tatarish only6 it is common name in turkic languages with some phonetic variations e.g. Kazakh is Zhängälip. "Uniform Turkic Alphabet" is other kind of romanization for Turkic writing systems. It is based on modern Turkish alphabet (if for precision6 on CP1254 codepage set of characters). It was invented in middle of 1993 by symposium of turkologists and writers from turkic-language countries and territories (ch. 30). "Uniform Turkic Alphabet" is wrong title for article with only image of old "New Turkic Alphabet" before 1940s.--AlefZet 18:03, 1 April 2007 (UTC)
Commitee for "New Turkic Alphabet" is founded in Baku in 1926, no 1930. --AlefZet 18:08, 1 April 2007 (UTC)
Then file a proposal at WP:RM. That is not a criteria for speedy deletion - speedy deletion is used for nonsense, attack pages and gibberish, not this. Baristarim 18:17, 1 April 2007 (UTC)
  • It's the result of joint working the Proceedings of the International Symposium of Contemporary Turkish Alphabet (Milletlerarası Çağdaş Türk Alfabeleri Sempozyumu Bildirisi), 18-20 Kasım 1991, İstanbul, M.Ü. Türkiyat Araştırmaları Enstitüsü, 1992 [1]. Prime Voices in Turkic Languages are locatead in alphabets of Turkic languages... Finally Turkic Council working on the Uniform alphabet and agreed about additional 5 letters for all Turkic alphabets: Q, X, W, Ň, Ä... (For example: Turkish Newspaper - Sabah or Türk Keneşi ve Türk Dünyasının 34 Harfli Ortak Alfabe Sistemi) Or can see Jaŋalif... Almost all of the letters are located in Janalif - 1939. And also more information: Yaña imlâ and İske imlâ... Buzancar (talk) 12:55, 27 January 2014 (UTC)

Alphabet is not a proper noun, so should not be capitalized in the title[edit]

Even if the words in the page title remain as they are, surely the word alphabet should not be capitalized. DFH (talk) 20:34, 24 June 2009 (UTC)

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