Bex wrote:I had the impression that the constructed NewNorwegian "language" wasn't fully spoken by any person in Norway. The "language" Is only a mix of many different dialects in Norway and thus no one actually fully speaks it.
Am I totally incorrect?
That's correct. At school students learn Nynorsk, but only as a written language, no one actually speaks it. Being a constructed language made up by dozens of dialects there are often several ways of writing that is considered as correct. Nynorsk is used (written) by roughly 10-15% of the Norwegians and the rest uses Bokmål, but then again some of those using Bokmål also speaks dialects. Basically it's a mess. :p
Even if I'm glad that I got off the hock at school with French being my mother tongue I think that reaching a wider audience is only positive for MediaMonkey.