Proposed general model for Serbo-Croatian continuum
petercon at microsoft.com
Tue Nov 26 18:21:09 CET 2013
Moreover, if you've already returned the content to the user and it's in a script they can't read, it's kind of late to detect that.
From: ietf-languages-bounces at alvestrand.no [mailto:ietf-languages-bounces at alvestrand.no] On Behalf Of Phillips, Addison
Sent: November 22, 2013 9:40 AM
To: Doug Ewell; John Cowan
Cc: ietf-languages at iana org
Subject: RE: Proposed general model for Serbo-Croatian continuum
> "Serbian" without a script subtag shouldn't necessarily cause suspicion.
> Sometimes things are obvious:
> <span lang="sr">Cвa људскa бићa рaђajу сe слoбoднa и jeднaкa у
> дoстojaнству и прaвимa.</span>
Obvious to whom? Yes, you can analyze the text to find out what script it (probably) is in--but that's expensive to do in software. Obviously, humans can do this analysis instantly/visually, but that's not the point of metadata.
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