From: John Cowan (email@example.com)
Date: Mon May 03 2004 - 06:34:31 CDT
Christopher Vance scripsit:
> Even if there were (my draft is at work and I can't check right now),
> there's no problem. Script names are mixed case, and ISO 3166-2
> subcountry codes are all upper.
I think the principle of case insensitivity in RFC 3066 is unlikely
to change. In any case, though, ISO 3166-2 codes aren't that
predictable: in the U.K., they are all numeric. This is one reason
that it is hard to use them productively; another reason is that they
are not (all) openly published on the Net.
-- A witness cannot give evidence of his John Cowan age unless he can remember being born. firstname.lastname@example.org --Judge Blagden http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
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