Subtag registration: Russian transliteration of Chinese
everson at evertype.com
Tue Oct 13 04:09:52 CEST 2015
zh-t-ru could be *any* Russian transliteration scheme for Chinese.
> On 12 Oct 2015, at 18:46, Doug Ewell <doug at ewellic.org> wrote:
> Markus Scherer wrote:
>>>> 4. Intended meaning of the subtag: Cyrillic transliteration of
>>>> Chinese according to the traditional Russian transliteration system.
>>> You can represent this today, using Extension T: "zh-t-ru" or
>> AFAIU it is the other way around:
>> -> ru-t-zh
> Hmm. The content isn't really "in" Russian; it's still Chinese, but
> transliterated using Russian-language rules.
> I guess this does match the example in RFC 6497, section 1
> ("Introduction"), sentence beginning "Suppose". It just feels strange to
> call this "ru-something" when the language of the content is Chinese.
> In any event, this works right now, without any additional
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