Proposal for a subtag registration (fr-2004-ORTOGRAF)

Peter Constable petercon at
Sat Dec 8 05:19:14 CET 2007

> From: ietf-languages-bounces at [mailto:ietf-languages-
> bounces at] On Behalf Of Randy Presuhn

> > >    6. Any other relevant information:
> > >In 2004 researchers of the university of
> > >Montreal (
> > >
> 2004/040405/article3430.htm
> > >)
> >
> > This article is *in* standard French.
> How does this constitute an objection?  There is no requirement
> that descriptions of languages registered be written in that language.

If presented as a source of documentation of the variety of linguistic expression being registered, items describing the variety in question but in another language are acceptable; but one would like such items to really provide information about the variety. Does this do that, or does it mainly talk about why and how it came into being?

Mind, this is presented as *other information* (#6), not as a description (#5). It seems to fit as other relevant information.


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