everson at evertype.com
Mon Oct 6 17:53:24 CEST 2008
On 6 Oct 2008, at 16:06, Phillips, Addison wrote:
> The clock rules we are currently using:
> - you MUST allow at least two weeks for any given request
Well, for a technical change to a request, I take it. Formatting of
bibliography or whatnot would not apply.. or would it?
> - (per 4646bis) the final record must appear at least one week prior
> to submission to IANA
No objection to that practice; I note we did allow agreed editorial
corrections during that one-week period.
> I again note that the form of the subtags doesn't really matter to
> me, but 'uccor' and 'ucrcor' are visually difficult to distinguish.
> I don't know what the Cornish word for "revised" is, but would
> suggest using one more letter to make the visual distinction
> clearer. Something like 'ucrvcor'? While it isn't important to
> software, people may make mistakes when choosing subtags or reading
UC Unified Cornish
KU Kernewek Unyes
UCR Unified Cornish Revised
KUA Kernowek Unys Amendys
KK Kernewek Kemmyn
KS Kernowek Standard
uccur, ucrcor, kucor, kuacor... There's no real optimization possible
here. Since the user community uses UC and UCR (more then KU and KUA)
it seems prudent to stick with those.
Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com
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