Adding variant subtags 'aluku' and 'nduyka' and 'pamaka'fordialects
cewcathar at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 21 17:21:18 CEST 2009
Hi, I agree that we should register all three variants per Pascal's request with Doug's (and perhaps Peter's) modifications (I think it's clear that the description fields apply to the same subtag and that the comments apply to both, but we can add "also called . . . " without wasting too many words!).
And I like Debbie's suggestion that M. Vaillant apply to add an alternate name for the subtag [djk].
Debbie Garside debbie at ictmarketing.co.uk
Fri Aug 21 14:52:37 CEST 2009
> Pascal wrote:
>> By the way, this would lead
>> us to state, symmetrically, that "Ndyuka is a dialect of Ndyuka".
> This would seem quite reasonable to me.I gather they are all dialects of the same language, which is reasonable. It's the names we are disputing here, right.> May I suggest that the three variants are registered here as per the> original request Agreed.> and that the requestor apply to the ISO 639-3 RA to add>"Nenge" or "Busi Nenge" as an alternative name for djk if so desired.
This sounds reasonable to me. Best,C. E. Whiteheadcewcathar at hotmail.com
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> Best regards
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