Thank you for sending these two mails which summarize the case.
While I am not competent to look at linguistic arguments (that's up to
other Langcom members), I can and will try to reply to the policy
considerations.

2018-03-06 0:23 GMT+01:00 Steven White <koala19...@hotmail.com>:

> I am about to send two messages concerning Montenegrin Wikipedia.
>
>
> The first is a letter that was posted on-wiki from a member of that
> community in support of his project. I know the RFL page on the project is
> now a massive wall of writing, and my sense is that not all of you have dug
> into it. I believe this letter summarizes  his community's arguments pretty
> well; if it motivates you to read some of the rest of the massive wall,
> that's great. But it gives you sense of their point of view.
>
>
> The second is my promised argument in favor of the project. Before I send
> this argument, though, I want to make something very clear to everyone. I'm
> not from the Balkans in any manner whatsoever, Jewish or gentile, to the
> best of my knowledge.  One branch of my wife's family comes from Hungary,
> and that's about as close as we get. So please understand that I have no
> personal interest in the outcome. I am making this argument because I
> believe that at this point it reflects the appropriate decision within the
> rules of WMF and the Language Committee. Thank you for hearing me out.
>
>
> Steven
>
>
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