From: Peter Constable (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jul 24 2006 - 20:56:40 CDT
I know there are instances in the Wikipedia site in which language IDs have been invented and do conform to ISO 639, but I don't recall any specific cases at present.
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> From: "Stephane Bortzmeyer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > Nevertheless, Wikipedia uses language codes because there is no
> > agreement on wether http://en.wikipedia.org/ could be named with
> > country codes (http://gb.wikipedia.org/ ? http://us.wikipedia.org/ ?
> > http://au.wikipedia.org/ ?)
> Note that there are errors in some codes used by Wikipedia, not all of
> them conform to ISO 639, according to RFC 3066 rules for the priority of
> choice between the multiple ISO 639 codes.
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