Language subtag modification request: frr Suppres-Script Latn
cowan at ccil.org
Fri Mar 10 20:07:00 CET 2006
Karen_Broome at spe.sony.com scripsit:
> In the context of this discussion, I remind you all to keep in mind that
> RFC3066bis is used to identify spoken languages as well as written. In
> this case, script distinctions, even suppressed, are not appropriate.
> zh-cmn defines spoken Mandarin. Neither zh-cmn-Hant or zh-cmn-Hans would
> be appropriate in this situation -- even if the script is suppressed.
Absolutely. Suppress-Script isn't about not using script tags where they
make no semantic sense. It's about not using them even when they *do*
make semantic sense, but should be suppressed for reasons of backward
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