From: Arne Götje (高盛華) (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Dec 20 2006 - 19:56:08 CST
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Addison Phillips wrote:
> 4. The language tags (quoted below) in your note will all be valid under
> RFC 4646bis, which should happen in the next couple of months--with an
> exception. "i-ami" is a grandfathered tag and cannot be used
> generatively. Under RFC 4646bis, the tag "zh-ami-TW" would be valid.
> "i-ami" will be deprecated. For valid ISO 639-3 codes, see
uh... Amis, as well as all the other indigenous languages in Taiwan have
absolutely nothing in common with Chinese, they are all separate
languages and are also not related to each other... so, why use the zh- tag?
In my opinion, either a standalone 'ami-TW' or the grandfathered
'i-ami-TW' would be much better than the zh- tag.
Where to complain to about this? :)
Arne Götje (高盛華) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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