>>Many people emphasized the need to give the charset and lang values in http
>>and html headers. The new charsets for Unicode are almost for sure going to
Actually, the internet draft that is being submitted to register UTF-8
gives the charset tag as just that, "UTF-8", without any other prefix.
This is what's going to be registered with IANA. I did try to talk them
into following the pattern previously established (and set down in RFC
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