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Adoption of ISO 8601?
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Author:  AndersG [ Fri Feb 17, 2012 1:56 pm ]
Post subject:  Adoption of ISO 8601?

Hi! Someone directed me here because I have a question about ISO8601, specifically what to do about locales where ISO8601 is officially adopted, but still have old legacy formats in Java?

Author:  Hibou57 [ Tue Mar 05, 2013 3:55 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Adoption of ISO 8601?

Hi Anders,

I searched the web for what ISO 8601 is, and seems to be an ISO standard for date‑time format according to locales.

I don't know how it directly relates to Unicode neither why someone directed you here, but may be a guess is that one wanted to instead direct you to a specific part of Unicode activities, which is the CLDR.

Unicode CLDR stands for Unicode Common Locale Data Repository.

An entry point on the topic could be this web location:

You may also access the CLDR data and materials in the dedicated subdirectory of Unicode/Public, here:
Index of /Public/cldr/

Hope this will help a bit :)

Author:  AndersG [ Wed Mar 06, 2013 1:49 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Adoption of ISO 8601?

Thanks. The actual process was not entirely clear to me, but I tried submitting through:

I also tried submitting a defect against the CLDR. (CLDR Ticket #5769(new defect))

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