Re: [OT] Even viruses are now i18n!

From: Christopher Vance (
Date: Thu Apr 22 2004 - 20:36:20 EDT

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    On Fri, Apr 23, 2004 at 02:08:50AM +0200, Philippe Verdy wrote:
    >The Tokelau language also exists with its own language code [tkl] in ISO 639-2/B
    >or 639-2/T, but no 2-letters code in ISO 639-1.
    >Tokelau [TK] is a group of islands in the Pacific, and a dependency of New
    >Zealand [NZ].

    Tokelau is 3 coral atolls, population about 500 each. I visited in
    1983. The territory was administered from Apia, Samoa. The language
    is most similar to Samoan. There are more Tokelauans living in
    Wellington NZ, than on Tokelau proper.

    Christopher Vance

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