New ISO 639 identifier: zbl = Blissymbols
everson at evertype.com
Thu Aug 9 11:15:17 CEST 2007
At 00:02 -0700 2007-08-09, Doug Ewell wrote:
>Håvard Hjulstad <HHj at standard dot no> wrote:
>>The ISO 639 Registration Authorities' Joint
>>Advisory Committee (JAC) has decided to approve
>>the following item to be included in the ISO
>>639-2 and the ISO 639-3 code tables:
>>Alpha-3 identifier: zbl
>>English names: Blissymbols; Blissymbolics; Bliss
>>This is an artificial language. It is a written
>>language only; by its nature it has no spoken
>Well, now. Blissymbols is both a language (zbl)
>and a script (Blis). zbl can only be written in
>Blis, and Blis can only be used to write zbl.
>This ought to be the easiest Suppress-Script
>decision in the history of mankind.
Well, in the history of Suppress-Script anyway.
Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com
More information about the Ietf-languages