ISO 639-3 language codes posted
prosfilaes at gmail.com
Tue Feb 7 00:17:31 CET 2017
On Mon, Feb 6, 2017 at 1:43 PM Melinda lyons <iso639-3 at sil.org> wrote:
> Dear IETF list members,
> The changes to ISO 639-3 for 2016 have now been posted. Changes can be
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Looking at a couple of the rejected slips, Pomeranian can probably be coded
as nds-BR. Louisiana Spanish would need a separate tag; I don't think even
subnational territory codes would be appropriate here, given that the
dialects of Spanish spoken most commonly in Louisiana are probably more
related to es-MX (and es-CU, maybe?) than to these native dialects. I'm not
even sure they should be one tag, given the change request says "Autonym
(self-name) for this language:
Two separate, unrelated varieties: (1) Adaeseño/Adaesano (2) Isleño".
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