Proposal: Language code "de-DE-trad"

Wed, 20 Feb 2002 14:51:31 +0100

On 19 Feb 02, at 10:36, Francois Yergeau wrote:
> Martin Duerst wrote:
> > At 19:36 02/02/18 -0800, Mark Davis wrote:
> > >As to why the Americans would be resistant to making a change to
> > >metric, with all of the logical advantages, just think about it for a
> > >few centiseconds.
> > 
> > Maybe that should be centiminutes? :-)

I don't think so, since second is the basic SI unit of time, while 
centiminutes as 0.6s look a bit awkward... let's say, for a few seconds, 
OK? :^)
> It should clearly be in micro-fortnights (f).

Well, the micro-fortnight is a well documented unit of time, see jargon file. 
But at this opportunity, I'd like to mention the nanocentury.


For something completely different...

What can I do to further the de-DE-trad, de-DE-1996 and the other 
Are there open questions, formal issues, procedures? 

I don't want to distract from the centiminutes and the metric vs. other 
systems, but I am still interested in the issue of tagging the lately 
deformed, err, reformed german orthography and its traditional 

Johannes Wilkes