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Gerard Meijssen wrote:
Do not forget the als.wikipedia.org
. It stands for Alsatian, but the als
code is the Tosk language. The "gsw" code is the code that should have been
Adding it to my list, thanks!
The nrm.wikipedia is also using a wrong code. nrm is
Narom, a language from
Malaysia. Nourmande is not recognised as a language, consequently there is
no code available for it. I propose to use qaa for this.
I'd recommend roa-x-norman (generic Romance code with an extension tag)
rather than a private-use identifier.
Private-use identifiers are meant more for things like internal coding
within an application; such as where you'd want to indicate that a
document is not in a human language, or maybe a special mixed setting
that's specific to your organization's internal usage such as "not yet
inspected for coding" or something.
Per spec: "These identifiers may only be used locally, and may not be
used in interchange without a private agreement."
The purpose of using language codes on the web as we do is explicitly
for interchange with browser software, end users (as a navigation marker
in the URL), and content reusers.
- -- brion
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