Reminder: Ulster Scots
"Martin J. Dürst"
duerst at it.aoyama.ac.jp
Fri Apr 2 14:12:53 CEST 2010
I guess I agree with Kent here. If we use -ulster, then that's the
language, and then the registration should say so.
On 2010/04/02 18:01, Kent Karlsson wrote:
> Den 2010-04-02 10.33, skrev "Michael Everson"<everson at evertype.com>:
>> I don't see a need for a two-week extension; I agree with Mark and Doug that
>> the originally-proposed "ulster" does the job required.
> Still, the request needs to be amended as you accepted the suggestion that
> the tag would be for the Ulster dialect (for which there now is an "accepted
> norm" for the orthography).
> I would suggest:
>> Description: Ulster Scots orthography for Scots
> Description: Ulster dialect of Scots
>> This variant subtag is used to identify the Ulster Scots orthography.
> This variant subtag is used to identify the Ulster Scots dialect. For
> written content, this dialect now has an accepted orthography different
> from that used for other Scots dialects.
> (Or similar.)
> According to the requirements of section 3.5 of RFC 5646 this amendment
> will require a one-week extension:
> "If modifications are made to the request
> during the course of the registration process (such as corrections to
> meet the requirements in Section 3.1
> <http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5646#section-3.1> or to make the
> fields unique for the given record type), the modified form MUST also
> be sent to<ietf-languages at iana.org> at least one week prior to
> submission to IANA."
> As this modification goes beyond formatting and typo fixes, I think the
> above applies (after you have published an amendment to the list).
> /kent k
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