Question on best code for Mauritian Creole
cowan at ccil.org
Tue Dec 9 04:52:51 CET 2008
Mark Davis scripsit:
> We need to get the code for Mauritian Creole. Cf.
> My guess is that the best code for it would be: "cpf-MU"
Well, nobody can stop you from using that; it's syntactically valid and
semantically, well, not incorrect.
But personally I have been advising people to break the rules and use the
639-3 code, which is "mfe". If we can ever escape the endless-refinement
loop in LTRU, that *will* be the highest quality valid language tag.
John Cowan http://ccil.org/~cowan cowan at ccil.org
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