Feb 21 2018
@Fomafix Ten years ago, very few people in Moldova had the Internet and knew about Wikipedia, ISO and stuff like that. How this mistake can be fixed now?
@Liuxinyu970226 Well, I understand that, but I think the Romanian community will be unhappy with that decision, because they can't accept the fact that there are people who still use script known as Moldavian Cyrillic. In this case the best solution is to keep Moldavian Cyrillic script separated by having "mo" language code. "mo" code was created for a reason and should not have been deprecated without a detailed study of the problem. 10 years ago, the ISO staff made a big mistake and created a situation where two communities cannot coexist on one language code.
Dec 24 2017
Yes, I was contributing and will continue to contribute to the Moldavian language till the very end despite having very little free time. Because my language is Moldavian Cyrillic and not Romanian Latin. Thank you very mutch and sorry my poor English, Peace.