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Keld Jørn Simonsen
keld at dkuug.dk
Sun Jun 11 23:01:28 CEST 2006
Hmm, why is this entry still there? "nb" is now an approved ISO 639-2
code, and I think we could remove it from the IANA regitry.
This also gose for the "nn" code.
On Sun, Jun 11, 2006 at 08:02:40PM +0000, Marion Gunn wrote:
> I disagree. Let "Norwegian Bokmal" stand: that is what I first heard
> it called among native English speakers (yours is the first objection
> I have ever come across). That is, unless the Norwegians want it
> On 11 Jun 2006, at 16:57, scríobh Kent Karlsson:
> >Doug Ewell wrote:
> >>Type: language
> >>Subtag: nb
> >>Description: [RETAIN] Norwegian Bokmål
> >>Description: [ADD] Norwegian Bokmal
> >>Suppress-Script: Latn
> >Pardon me, but I think that is silly. It would be better in this case
> >to actually translate the name to English: "Book Norwegian". While
> >doing that translate also the name for "nn": "New Norwegian"..
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