Record for Spanglish variant
lucp at skopos.be
Fri Jan 6 08:25:13 CET 2017
As always, thanks for correcting me - and for keeping watch over the
On 05-01-17 21:37, Doug Ewell wrote:
> 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
> "dominant" language.
> 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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