doug at ewellic.org
Wed Jul 30 05:51:08 CEST 2008
"Phillips, Addison" <addison at amazon dot com> wrote:
>> .... We require all of the other core standards to have freely
>> available code lists.
> Actually, we don't. What we require is a copy of the code list at some
> point and the cooperation of the RA when changes are made from that
> point. One of the reasons for having a registry in the first place was
> the chaos that resulted from having multiple, free, un-synchronized
> mirrors of core standards that were themselves not freely available.
So we don't actually need a freely available copy of the ISO 639-5 code
list, only a copy that we were able to acquire, either for a fee or
otherwise? Then we're fine.
Doug Ewell * Thornton, Colorado, USA * RFC 4645 * UTN #14
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