Retired 639-3 codes
Mark Davis ☕
mark at macchiato.com
Fri Dec 11 17:21:57 CET 2009
I agree with the first part; there is no reason to create new records for
codes that (a) were never in the registry, and (b) are retired (deprecated)
in ISO 639.
As for the records for codes with equivalents, that is a completely
different topic, and I'll split that off.
On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 04:19, Kent Karlsson <kent.karlsson14 at comhem.se>wrote:
> My preference is to NOT create records in LSR for retired language
> codes that were never in the LSR.
> I see a much stronger case for adding records for three-letter
> codes that have two-letter code equivalents, and also for
> adding "UK" with the preferred value "GB". These were discussed
> during LTRU (with me in the supporting group), but such additions
> were turned down at the time.
> /kent k
> As for Wikipedia, the conformance to IETF language tags for
> Wikipedia "labels" is far from complete.
> For instance:
> simple, bat-sng, roa-tara, roa-rup, fiu-vro, map-bms, zh-classical,
> and cbk-zam aren't IANA language tags. Here I'm just picking those
> that stand out clearly.
> Another example is that "arc" (639: Imperial Aramaic, used 700-300 BCE)
> is used by Wikipedia for Assyrian Neo-Aramaic ("aii" with macrolanguage
> "syr" in 639-3). I'm sure there are more oddities.
> Den 2009-12-11 07.59, skrev "John Cowan" <cowan at ccil.org>:
> > Michael(tm) Smith scripsit:
> >> This is a request to add the retired tag "eml" to the IANA
> >> language-subtag registry as a grandfathered tag. I realize this is
> >> an odd request; for the rationale, see "6. Any other relevant
> >> information" below.
> > I can't see adding it as a grandfathered tag, but there are plenty of
> > retired/deprecated tags in the registry now with more to come, and I
> > think there's a case that the 145 639-3 code elements that were retired
> > while LTRU labored should be inserted now. I can't find anything in
> > RFC 5646 preventing us from creating pre-deprecated entries.
> > ...
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