[Ltru] Re: Update ltru-initial-05

Frank Ellermann <nobody@xyzzy.claranet.de> Sun, 16 October 2005 01:20 UTC

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r&d afrac wrote:
> I thought the idea was to eventualy merge width CLDR?

Why do you think that ?  I'm just curious.  It's less than
a week that I pulled another public en-UK stunt instead of
en-GB in a Usenet newsgroup... <sigh />

> Every time I asked about the dissemination system and its
> size, usage, etc. I was responded "like Unicode"?

http://www.unicode.org/Public/UNIDATA/NamesList.txt  768 KB

Yes, that's about twice (?) the size I'd expect for a 3066ter
registry,  For 3066bis it's less than 80 KB.  If you still
don't believe it let's wait until it's created, you can then
verify that it's really hosted by IANA and less than 80 KB.

>> I'd gues that less than 1000 persons worldwide have ever
>> heard of "3066bis".
> Please do not say that after an IESG 3066bis LC.

=> John reviewed the drafts.  Bruce explained why he didn't.
Probably some others also looked at it, but didn't bother
to comment.

> I would say that at least 500 knows it through my team

Those folks also didn't bother to comment it (assuming that
they exist, I don't share that opinion)

> Now, you would also imply that may be less than 100 ever
> read it?


> So that IETF would go by minority consensus?

No.  But those are TAObis / PECSI / general topics.  I'm still
trying to find out how it's supposed to work - especially if
there are conflicts, or if somebody only claims that there's
a problem.
>> E.g. I have a link <http://www.iana.org/assignments/lang-tags/>
> This seems an odd discussion because "lang-tags" is a
> directory of 92 files. Not a registry of hundredth and then
> thousands of entries?

It was only an _example_ for a public link to the relevant part
(my personal POV) of the old registry = "stuff I won't find in
the source standards".  I could as well link to a single file
<http://www.iana.org/assignments/language-tags> or to the HTML
view <http://www.iana.org/assignments/lang-tag-apps.htm> of
this directory.

For a fun effect try:

> You seem to consider the langtags will not really be used
> and known?

What I consider is that it may take years until the last user
of language tags will note that RfC 3066 has been replaced.

                           Bye, Frank

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