Modification request: gsw (new Description)
gerard.meijssen at gmail.com
Sat Mar 22 17:10:03 CET 2008
A similar study is done to complete the ISO 639-6 data. In stead of doing
this twice, the preliminary data for the ISO-DIS-639-6 should be considered.
This will save a lot of heart ache when it is found that the two studies do
not reach the same results. Given that ISO 639-6 will lead to changes here
in the future...
On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 4:59 PM, CE Whitehead <cewcathar at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi. A fresh request is fine with me since it would be helpful to know the prefix.
> However, I thought Ciarán and John were 'working out' what the various subtags for German/German languages
> [gem], [de] meant ). Will they be submitting a request for an update--to help end this open-ended study? Or is
> that no longer on the table either?
> --C. E. Whitehead
> *Frank Ellermann* *nobody at xyzzy.claranet.de *<ietf-languages%40alvestrand.no?Subject=Modification%20request%3A%20gsw%20%28new%20Description%29&In-Reply-To=>
> *Fri Mar 21 11:16:14 CET 2008*
> > Indeed, a fresh request later is simpler than than starting to
> > emulate a "pending request tracker" with this mailing list.
> Michael Everson everson at evertype.com <mailto:
> Fri Mar 21 10:02:49 CET 2008
> > At 09:53 +0100 2008-03-21, Frank Ellermann wrote:
> >>What is the outcome for the pending erzgeb request ? The last
> >>I have heard was that Michael has no problem with it, and that
> >>Karen deferred the decision for further studies.
> >At this point it means I reject the request without prejudice.>Since
> >further study seems to be open ended, we should close the book
> I thought Ciarán and John
> were 'working out' what the various subtags for German/German languages
> [gem], [de] meant ). Can't they at least send a request for an update to?
> Or is that no longer on the table too?
> --C. E. Whitehead
> cewcathar at hotmail.com
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> Ietf-languages at alvestrand.no
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