wadegile and pinyin LANGUAGE SUBTAG REGISTRATION FORMs
nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de
Tue Aug 26 02:34:10 CEST 2008
Broome, Karen wrote:
> However, zh-pinyin could be misinterpreted and misused to
> indicate Cantonese pinyin as was previously mentioned.
True, but I think that is a problem with "zh" in ISO 639-2,
not with the registration request for "zh-pinyin". Out of
curiosity, why is "cmn" no ISO 639-2 language, when it is
used by roughly 1/6 of the human population on the planet ?
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