Record for Spanglish variant
doug at ewellic.org
Thu Jan 5 21:37:16 CET 2017
The information you remember seeing is in the registration form, which Michael posted.If this registration is approved, IANA will post that form on their site.
The proposed record that I posted yesterday is just that: the record that is proposed to be added into the Registry.
All subtag proposals require two documents:
1. a proposed record 2. a registration form
In practice, almost no one who posts a registration form to this list ever remembers to post the corresponding proposed record, and if I did not do so for them, these registrations would not be conformant to the process spelled out in BCP 47.
--Doug Ewell | Thornton, CO, US | ewellic.org
-------- Original message --------From: Luc Pardon <lucp at skopos.be> Date: 1/5/17 14:10 (GMT-06:00) To: Doug Ewell <doug at ewellic.org>, ietf-languages <ietf-languages at iana.org> Subject: Re: Record for Spanglish variant
I seem to recall a proposal that, below the "official" part, had a
casual comment to the effect that it is left to the judgment of the
tagger whether to use the "en" or "es" prefix, depending on the
I think that remark is important enough to make it into the repository,
as a guideline to users of this tag.
On 04-01-17 21:09, Doug Ewell wrote:
> Here is the record for Michael's proposed 'spanglis' variant.
> I'm posting this as Co-Designated Expert, or what John Cowan would call
> "Official Doug," not necessarily as a proponent of the subtag. My
> personal opinion is that we need more time to evaluate the best solution
> to this problem before anything is registered, either here or in CLDR.
> LANGUAGE SUBTAG MODIFICATION
> File-Date: 2017-xx-xx
> Type: variant
> Subtag: spanglis
> Description: Spanglish
> Prefix: en
> Prefix: es
> Comments: Name given to a variety of contact dialects of English and
> Doug Ewell | Thornton, CO, US | ewellic.org
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