I was wondering about (and only) that.
So it's cool we get that out.
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Haha, the Esperanto crowd have already been calling for a neutral language (like oh, say, Esperanto) to replace it. It's a nice thought, but at this point I think they're doing it more out of duty than any real possibility that it might happen.
At this point, isn't that a dangerous tactic? Putting something up for a vote, thinking that there's no real possibility of it happening doesn't seem like a viable strategy at this point. ;)