On Wed, 1 Dec 1999, Karl Pentzlin wrote:
> Moreover, flag symbols are *colourful* and thus meet the needs of the
> average web page designer far more than some dull squares with letters
> inside. Thus, as long as the vast majority of multilingual web pages offers
> that very few languages anyway, we have to live (and in my opinion we can
> live) with flags as language symbols - until a better solution is
> standardized and brought to wide acceptance.
There is a better solution which has been standardised. It is called
"Content-Language:" and "Accept-Language:" (see the other thread).
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