From: Addison Phillips (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Oct 04 2007 - 19:44:57 CDT
There is such an effort. It is called, colloquially, RFC 4646bis. There
is an IETF working group, called 'LTRU' at work on this effort. This
work is nearing maturity, with only a few open issues.
The mailing list:
The current draft:
Editor's copies are on my personal website (if you prefer the HTML
version). Note that I am the co-editor with Mark Davis:
There is also a draft registry update (edited by Doug Ewell). Currently
the mailing list is discussing how to handle macrolanguages and there
are semi-regular teleconferences. See the LTRU list for details.
-- Addison Phillips Globalization Architect -- Yahoo! Inc. Co-Editor -- RFC4646bis (IETF LTRU WG) Chair -- W3C Internationalization Core WG Internationalization is an architecture. It is not a feature. Eric Muller wrote: > It is my understanding that once ISO 639-3 was published (it was in > February), there would be some effort to update the IANA language subtag > registry to include most of the languages covered by 639-3. Any news on > that effort? > > Thanks, > Eric. > >
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