Sample IANA language subtag registry
dewell at adelphia.net
Tue Jul 13 07:32:48 CEST 2004
Mark Davis <mark dot davis at jtcsv dot com> wrote on 3066bis.html:
> The "q" tags are already permitted in RFC 3066 (there at least was no
> text that forbid them). We changed the text in draft-04 to make their
> usage clear.
Actually, RFC 3066 says:
> ISO 3166 reserves the country codes AA, QM-QZ, XA-XZ and ZZ as user-
> assigned codes. These MUST NOT be used to form language tags.
No such limitation appears to exist for ISO 639 private-use codes. In
any case, it is good to see them explicitly permitted.
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