…we need those weight values for pronouns.
Accept-Pronouns: they/them, she/her
Accept-Pronouns: he/him, it/it;q=0.8, they/them;q=0.5
Accept-Pronouns: they/them, */*;q=0.7
numeric weights make the relative preference explicit, so you don't have to wonder whether they meant /either is totally fine/ or /I prefer the first, but the second is okay too/
…which means that second example should actually be `Accept-Pronouns: they/them;q=1, she/her;q=1` (otherwise it's just as ambiguous as not using this protocol, for creatures who are interpreting it intuitively)
@moonbolt I really need to put this in my bio. Wish it didn't have the ridiculous space restrictions. :3
@moonbolt Yyyep. ;w;
Tiny display name character limit, too. I don't think I can put an emojo after my name!
@moonbolt [Tested, yep. A regular emoji would work, as it's one character, but even a short custom emoji code is too long to fit.]
@moonbolt Although I was going to put it in the bio itself, since I don't want the "Accept-Pronouns" text cut off. :3
@moonbolt So maybe something like
((he/him 1) (they/them 0.8) ("when beastly" (it/its 1) (he/him 0.99)))
@moonbolt Although I'm not sure that really covers "if you know what you're doing", but I suppose that'd just be another condition.
@IceWolf …hmm…a problem with these syntaxes
it's ambiguous whether other pronouns are included in the conditional list
@IceWolf …I just saw somecreature who used the vertical bar and tall anglebracket symbols (like quantum physics uses) in their pronoun list
@moonbolt Not really based on anything in particular, but easier to read than the Lisp thing maybe?
[he/him 1, they/them 0.8, ["when beastly": it/it 1, he/him 0.95]]
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