LANGUAGE TAG REGISTRATION FORM: mn-Mong-CN
petercon at microsoft.com
Fri Feb 18 18:24:28 CET 2005
> From: ietf-languages-bounces at alvestrand.no [mailto:ietf-languages-
> bounces at alvestrand.no] On Behalf Of Michael Everson
> >> >The tags mn-Mong-CN and mn-Mong-MN are not aliases.
> >> de-DE and de-AT differ because, at least, the
> >> former spells "Januar" and the latter "Jänner".
> >> In what way do mn-Mong-CN and mn-Mong-MN differ?
> >One refers to usage in PRC while the other refers to usage in Mongolia.
> So use a locale.
If what you're tagging are e.g. entries in a TBX terminology database, you don't want a locale ID; you want an RFC 3066 tag.
> Usage for de differs in DE and AT in a demonstrable way.
> Does usage of mn differ in CN and MN?
Only a user (e.g. the one compiling the TBX data) can answer that.
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