Proposed records for Slovene and Cornish variants
doug at ewellic.org
Thu Jun 14 00:40:14 CEST 2012
I apologize to the list for sending these to the list so late.
Below are the proposed new records for the Slovene variants requested by
Tomaž Erjavec, and the Cornish variant requested by Michael Everson.
Per RFC 5646, Section 3.5, there needs to be at least one more week of
review time before these can be submitted to IANA.
The registration forms themselves have been on the list for the required
two weeks, and are available as follows:
Slovene in Dajnko alphabet:
Slovene in Bohorič alphabet:
Slovene in Metelko alphabet:
Standard Cornish orthography of Revived Cornish:
Please note that the Bohorič record is presented here with the old
XML-style hex escape syntax, to ensure it can be read via the digest,
which clobbers all characters outside of ASCII. When submitted to IANA,
this record will be spelled with the proper letter (U+010D LATIN SMALL
LETTER C WITH CARON).
Please review these and send any comments to the list.
Description: Slovene in Dajnko alphabet
Comments: The subtag represents the alphabet codified by Peter Dajnko
and used from 1824 to 1839 mostly in Styria (in what is now Eastern
Description: Slovene in Bohorič alphabet
Comments: The subtag represents the alphabet codified by Adam
Bohorič in 1584 and used from the first printed Slovene book and
up to the mid-19th century.
Description: Slovene in Metelko alphabet
Comments: The subtag represents the alphabet codified by Franc Serafin
Metelko and used from 1825 to 1833.
Description: Standard Cornish orthography of Revived Cornish
Description: Kernowek Standard
Doug Ewell | Thornton, Colorado, USA
http://www.ewellic.org | @DougEwell
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