Re: [Ietf-languages] Forms for subtag kmpre20c

Richard Wordingham <richard.wordingham@ntlworld.com> Tue, 03 December 2019 18:48 UTC

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On Tue, 3 Dec 2019 09:03:10 +0100
Élie Roux <elie.roux@telecom-bretagne.eu> wrote:

> 3. I suspect the situation with Khmer is actually the same, as well as
> probably for Tham, Khom, etc.

Tham script stuff is overwhelming in a Tai language or Pali.  While
'tai' is a very general collection, in practical terms tai-Tham would
narrow it down usefully.  Khom stuff is similar, though the
language/dialect mix is different

Richard.