Reshat Sabiq's requests for two Tatar orthographic variants

CE Whitehead cewcathar at
Wed Mar 21 16:42:31 CET 2007

Hi, all, Baku, 1926 is the first conference;
I think it's a good idea to make sure of what Reshat wants to do,
but he left it up to us so in this case we could just select
baku1926 which marked the real start of the change though there had been 
some debate and discussion going on.

--C. E. Whitehead
cewcathar at
>At 11:11 -0400 2007-03-21, CE Whitehead wrote:
>>Hi, Reshat, Michael, all:
>>Should we set a deadline of a week for making a decision and so forth,
>>but it's up to Reshat too.
>>The subtags
>>We assume 1926 is still the best date for the several dates for the 
>>conferences, and not 1927 or 1928;
>>and we are waiting to hear on what bir means, and whether bir is an 
>>abbreviation universal to the languages, or whether it is an English 
>>abbreviation, or what.
>I do not like "bir".
>I want an actual date and an actual conference or an actual publication to 
>have this tag linked to. It is really frustrating that this information 
>can't be decided.
>Michael Everson *
>Ietf-languages mailing list
>Ietf-languages at

Get a FREE Web site, company branded e-mail and more from Microsoft Office 

More information about the Ietf-languages mailing list