This bug comes as a result of the dicussion about the no.wikipedia use of the
"no" but does not concern or cross the no.wikipedia community in particular
(hard to get that right:).
As of Names.php rev. 220.127.116.11 the norwegian languages are written like this:
'nb' => 'Bokmål', # Norwegian (Bokmal)
'nn' => 'Nynorsk' , # (Norwegian) Nynorsk
'no' => 'Norsk', # Norwegian
to reflect the actual language situation, community consensus and proper
norwegian grammar they should be changed to:
'nb' => 'norsk (bokmål)', # Norwegian (Bokmal)
'nn' => 'norsk (nynorsk)', # Norwegian (Nynorsk)
'no' => 'norsk', # Norwegian
because language names are not capitalized in norwegian, and because Nynorsk is
just as norwegian as Bokmal.
This has been discussed/mentioned on the mailinglist:
On the nn.wikipedia:
and has not been opposed by the no.wikipedia community (I'm not asking for the
no --> nb move here).
"Norwegian Nynorsk" is also used in the ISO 639 standard