ISO 3166-2 (was: Re: Scottish English)
mark.davis at icu-project.org
Mon Aug 27 17:15:05 CEST 2007
That's not my point at all -- it is that syntax is not keeping us from doing
this: relevance, suitability, and stability are.
On 8/26/07, Doug Ewell <dewell at roadrunner.com> wrote:
> Mark Davis <mark dot davis at icu dash project dot org> wrote:
> > I agree with you that the syntax couldn't be incorporated directly,
> > but we could work around it (not in this group, but in the LTRU
> > group). For example, we could say that variants of the form SUBxxxxx
> > with a prefix containing a region code were reserved for ISO 3166-2
> > codes. The key issues are relevance, suitability, and stability.
> We could do this in LTRU, it is true, but I sincerely hope we don't.
> It's an ugly hack to get around the syntactical problem, and does
> nothing to solve the stability and free-availability problems.
> Doug Ewell · Fullerton, California, USA · RFC 4645 · UTN #14
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