Variant subtag request: iso91995
addison at lab126.com
Wed Sep 15 22:42:17 CEST 2010
I think my bigger concern is: there are no end to transliteration schemes. Dreaming up semi-meaningful subtags for them all could be a serious distraction. Perhaps it would be better to create an extension in which the subtags could have a more relaxed relationship to one-another? For example, "ru-Latn-t-iso9-1995" or "ru-Latn-t-LC-1997". This also plays more nicely with other kinds of variants, since it is enforced to come after all of them. Just a thought.....
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> Subject: Re: Variant subtag request: iso91995
> 2010/9/15 Phillips, Addison <addison at lab126.com>:
> >> I don't have a solution, but I hope we can do better than
> >> 'iso91995'.
> > That's a really ugly subtag. However, it would work and is valid.
> Perhaps "1995iso9"?
> 1995iso9 is workable. The only real issue with it is that such an
> approach simply won't work for the majority of ISO transliteration
> schemes, as I described in a previous message. There's good reason
> expect that other ISO transliterations will be submitted for
> subtag assignment, and it would be nice if they could be somewhat
> systematic. Maybe that's not feasible and not important.
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