The year 67 after the Second World War is the eighteenth year of
On the last day of that
Metric year this Internet site
comprises 975 public files, of which approximately 761 different or
'unique' ones: 124 *.htm (not *Txt.htm), 5 *.html, 470 *.HTM, 1 *Txt.htm,
On 67.52.6 the
List of Figures of the
Model of Neutral-Inclusivity was updated
from the text-browser era LoF.html file to the
F8-format LoF.htm file.
The old file from 50.30.3 is now kept as a 'historical document' at
Other changes were entirely new additions.
They consist of 14 *.HTM documents, 11 *.gif pictures and 3 permanent
*.mp3 sound files which will be discussed below.
At certain times, in certain places and under certain circumstances
listening to a poem, the lyrics of a song or even a plain text may be
preferable to reading the same text.
This may explain why audiofiles can be much more popular than visual text
files with the same content.
For the creator such
sound files have their disadvantages too: they
take more time to make, and once made they take much more time to correct
the slightest mistake or to just enhance them a little bit (so much so,
that they are seldom changed once they have been published as final
However, in order to cater to the need or, at least, wish for audiofiles,
it has been turned into a policy to add one public MP3 file to TRINPsite
every Metric month, whenever possible.
At first, these files of the Metric months will be temporary files which
may sometimes be complete in themselves.
More often they will contain only one third or half of a poem or other text.
After all the parts have been offered as temporary files in the Sound/Temp
folder, they are deleted again, but not before one permanent file has been
added to TRINPsite in an appropriate, different Sound folder.
This policy was started on 67.16.6, at the end of Early Northwest.
On 67.29.5, the three temporary sound files of the Northwest trimester
were replaced with
This audiofile contains the three stanzas of the Model prose poem
The Norm Does Not Require; the Norm Requires in
It can be found at the end of the section in the
Book of Fundamentals entitled
"Under the denomination of the Norm".
On 67.41.1, the one temporary sound file of Central Month was replaced with
This audiofile contains the song
On 67.49.6, the three temporary sound files of the Southeast trimester
were replaced with
This audiofile makes it possible to listen for more than 11 minutes to
The Sparrow in the Banqueting
Of the fourteen new *.HTM documents mentioned above three are text files
for new poems put in the Tong/ThL/Poems folder, if in This Language, and
in the Tong/ZzY/Shige folder, if in Zhezhong Yuyan.
Initially (on 67.33.1), the poem
In the Beginning There will be the
End, in the End the Beginning was put in the old
Poet/NCGP/NAnn folder for non-computer-generated poems in This Language
However, this directory dates back to the time that English was the sole
language used on TRINPsite.
Meanwhile, This Language is still the predominant language on this site
but definitely not the only one anymore.
The Tong directory now has three subdirectories for three different
languages (This Language, Zhezhong Yuyan and
Deze Taal) and any new
document not forming an integral part of an essential existing series
should be put in one of these subdirectories.
Therefore, In the Beginning ... was relocated (on 67.50.5) in the
Tong/ThL folder, where, perhaps, the old non-computer-generated poems still
in the Poet/NCGP folder should once be relocated as well.
The two other new poems, added in Late Southwest Month, are parallel
versions of each other:
One Day, That Day in This
某一天，可那天 (Mǒu yì tiān,
kě nà tiān) in Zhezhong Yuyan.
Both documents also contain one song for adults derived from the prime
These songs have the same titles as the poems.
The Yuyan document contains an additional lullaby derived from the prime
It is called "我宝贝，有一天" (Wǒ bǎobèi, yǒu yì tiān).
Model documents and figures
Altho TRINPsite has
been providing access to all sections (with one exception) and all
divisions of the Model of Neutral-Inclusivity for more than 9 years (since
58.21.6), inclusive of all prose poems, 24 out of the 37 hand-drawn figures
of the paper Model were not yet available in digital form.
(The ones whose links are shown in the old
List of Figures could already be accessed
In order to make up for this shortcoming, that is, partially for the time
being, half of these 24 figures were added to the site in the last week of
They have been inserted in *.HTM documents which each show no more than
one *.gif picture.
As two original figures (F.220.127.116.11 and F.18.104.22.168) were combined into one,
the total number of these pictures and documents is 11 for this year.
Their titles are:
Extrinsic right-duty constellations,
General intrinsic right-duty constellations,
Special intrinsic right-duty constellations,
Ways of losing or weakening rights,
Dimensional manifestations of exclusivism,
Componential manifestations of exclusivism,
Operational manifestations of exclusivism,
The three pillars of the DNI and three
types of counterideology,
The norms and values of the DNI,
Past-, present- and
future-regarding teleology and
The morphemes of the 'N'-'A' series.
Unicode for 这种语言
This file, AddNRev/67ASWW.HTM, is the first Additions and Revisions
file to be saved in Unicode (UC).
The more words in a non-Latin script are being used the stronger the need
for the much easier UC, which allows non-Latin characters to be entered
directly rather than by means of awkward codes which do not mean anything
(Such as 这种语言,
which is rendered as 这种语言, the characters for Zhèzhǒng Yǔyán.)
As words, phrases and whole texts in Zhezhong Yuyan are becoming more
common on TRINPsite, so will pages saved in Unicode.
It should be kept in mind, however, that documents in a standard format
make use of external JS and CSS files, and that the one browser
(Firefox or Google Chrome, for instance) will require the external files to
be UC too, whereas the other browser (Internet Explorer, for instance) will
To be acceptable for all browsers, a file saved in UC cannot use
JS/HeadObjs.js (saved in ANSI) as the external parent file but must make
use of JS/HeadObjs_UC.js, a special UC variant (saved in Unicode), which in
turn makes use of UC variants of the CSS and other JS files.
Therefore, also the present document file does not refer to the very
important auxiliary file JS/HeadObjs.js anymore.
It refers to JS/HeadObjs_UC.js instead.