LANGUAGE TAG REGISTRATION FORM: iu-Cans
JFC (Jefsey) Morfin
jefsey at jefsey.com
Sun Feb 6 03:20:27 CET 2005
Dont you really think this discussion preparing the registration of these
IANA language tags should not involve,
- Aida Radielovic and Senan Dervisevic from the University Teleinformatic
Centre (UTIC) in Sarajevo for the members of the Internet community of Bosnia,
- Bernard Turcotte and the Technical Manager of the CIRA in Ottawa for the
members of the Internet community of Canada,
- Timur Hasanov and Khalil Rakhmanov of the Information Technology Center
of Dushanbe for the members of the Internet community of Tajikistan ?
I do think they should be informed of the existence of this
http://www.alvestrand.no/mailman/listinfo/ietf-languages non IETF and non
ICANN list, which reviews the languages tags submitted to the IESG
designated reviewer, for registration by the IANA. I think they should be
able to document the way they plan to support the corresponding IDN Tables.
At 07:23 05/02/2005, Peter Constable wrote:
> > From: John Cowan [mailto:jcowan at reutershealth.com]
> > The remaining language-script-and-country tags are bs-Cyrl-BA,
> > iu-Cans-CA, iu-Latn-CA, tg-Arab-TJ, and tg-Cyrl-TJ. I think these
> > all have the same problem we've been discussing with iu-Cans-CA: no
> > evidence available that the country codes are anything but redundant.
>Tajikistan is reportedly used in Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,
>Russia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Tajik speakers in these
>various countries live in contact with other language communities, with
>different external influences depending on the country they live in. You
>really think there's no distinctions?
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