On Sat, Sep 02, 2000 at 05:45:49AM -0800, Peter_Constable@sil.org wrote:
> >Naturally, the revised version will not be called RFC 1766, but will be
> >assigned a new number. I don't know if UTR #7 will be updated to refer
> >to the new RFC when it is published (I think it should be).
> I don't think UTR#7 should be making any normative reference to any system
> of language identifiers. Unicode is providing a set of characters; it
> should be up to some other protocol to specify how those will be used.
The problem is UTR #7 is useless for widespread communication without
some standard on language identifiers. So removing that reference
drops the utility of UTF #7 greatly.
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