Registration request for new subtags for Portuguese orthographies

Michael Everson everson at
Mon Mar 23 13:35:50 CET 2015

Both had consistent reference implementations. Just as Oxford spelling has, and those French Academy orthographies. 

On 21 Mar 2015, at 18:53, Doug Ewell <doug at> wrote:

> The German reform of 1996 was controversial, and several publishers and jurisdictions refused to implement it, but we registered subtags (originally, RFC 3066 tags) to allow content to be tagged. We did not try to weigh in on whether the reform was popular or "good."
> The Belarusian variants ("academic" and Taraškievica) certainly ignited a good deal of controversy and disagreement on this list, but both variants were registered.

Michael Everson *

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