cowan at ccil.org
Wed Jun 17 23:44:12 CEST 2009
Kent Karlsson scripsit:
> 1) The French name is "flamand".
> 2) I don't really follow the above reasoning (L role? H?),
Google for "diglossia".
> but I still find it inappropriate to try to make the distinction in
> the Description just by using the Dutch word for Flemish. But again,
> this is not an issue for ietf-languages, but for 693-3 RA. (I have
> informally pointed that out there several months ago.)
As usual, it's the Ethnologue entries that provide the semantics for
ISO 639/3 code elements.
Yes, chili in the eye is bad, but so is your John Cowan
ear. However, I would suggest you wash your cowan at ccil.org
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