Updated record for 'u' in Extensions Registry
"Martin J. Dürst"
duerst at it.aoyama.ac.jp
Mon Jan 13 07:50:07 CET 2014
Hello Mark, Addison, Yoshito,
As the shepherd for RFC 6067 (see
https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/rfc6067/writeup/), I thought I'd make
you aware of the issue below. Please send a message to IANA
<iana at iana.org> with the update record below (removing the quotations)
and the explanation that this is done because it was found that one of
the lines is longer than allowed.
Doug, many thanks for finding this issue and taking care of it up to here.
On 2014/01/13 3:38, Doug Ewell wrote:
> As I understand Section 3.7, this is the process for fixing the Comments
> field for singleton 'u' ("Unicode Locale") in the Language Tag
> Extensions Registry.
> I'm submitting the replacement record below to the e-mail address listed
> as "Contact_Email" in the existing record. The maintaining authority
> (the Unicode Consortium, but probably in this case the CLDR Technical
> Committee specifically) needs to forward it to IANA at <iana at iana.org>.
> Although Section 3.7 says the record needs to be updated "whenever
> content changes" and doesn't mention sending it to this list or any
> required waiting period, I'm sending it to the list anyway, in case
> readers want to confirm that no content has actually changed, only the
> line folding.
> The ball would now be in the maintaining authority's court.
> LANGUAGE TAG EXTENSION UPDATE
> File-Date: 2014-01-27
> Identifier: u
> Description: Unicode Locale
> Comments: Subtags for the identification of language and cultural
> variations. Used to set behavior in locale APIs. Data is located in
> the "common/bcp47" directory inside the referenced URL. Unicode
> Technical Standard #35 (LDML) provides additional reference material
> defining the keys and values. For more details please see
> Added: 2010-09-02
> RFC: [RFC6067]
> Authority: Unicode Consortium
> Contact_Email: cldr-contact&unicode.org
> Mailing_List: cldr-users&unicode.org
> URL: http://www.unicode.org/Public/cldr/latest/core.zip
> Doug Ewell | Thornton, CO, USA
> http://ewellic.org | @DougEwell
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