Hey, I’m just sending this to both of the registerd Koine Greek users. I’m interested in beefing up the selection of ancient Greek words because I have some background in it, and I love etymologies. But I have two questions that I thought maybe one of you could answer. The first is how do I put breathing marks at the beginning of words? I’ve looked and I just can’t seem to find the answer. The second question is regarding capitalization. It seems that the general rule of thumb is that only proper nouns should be capitalized and the rest lower-case. Is that what we’re doing with Greek, or is there some other standard? I’ll be watching your talk pages, so feel free to reply right here. Thanks a lot. Cerealkiller13 20:26, 31 May 2006 (UTC)
Also, is there a standard concerning conjugation? For example, would it be useful to put nominative, genitive, plural, etc, forms in an article? Could we make a table with all the forms for each word? Again, thanks. Cerealkiller13 21:06, 31 May 2006 (UTC)
Hello, I'd like to tell you about the Spanish Translation Project that is currently being worked on.
We are looking for contributors of any level, to help out with the project.
If you are interested, please take a moment and look at the page, and leave any comments or suggestions regarding the project.
Thanks. Bearingbreaker92 16:30, 30 December 2006 (UTC)
removal of ke code used for Koine Greek
As ke isn't a real ISO 639-1 language code we're going to delete the User templates and categories based on it. SIL codes grc as including Greek from the Koine period (everything up through 1453). Just to let you know so you can fix your babel box. Cheers --Bequw → ¢ • τ 23:46, 12 July 2009 (UTC)