Subject: Re: Issue: two-letter or three-letter language codes?
Hello UBL TC and developers, Since no compelling reason has been offered for switching to three-letter language codes, we will continue using the two-letter versions in UBL 2.1. Many thanks to everyone who gave input on this question. Jon Jon Bosak wrote: > Hello UBL TC and developers, > > A question has arisen with regard to language codes. It appears that > UN/CEFACT uses the ISO three-letter lowercase language codes, whereas > UBL currently includes a list of ISO two-letter uppercase language codes > (both are ISO standards as far as we know). We're not going to be > inclined to change something in 2.1 that already shipped in 2.0, so the > question is: does anyone know of a good reason why UBL should switch to > the three-letter lowercase form? > > We need to have this issue resolved by next week, so if anyone has an > opinion, please let us know ASAP. > > Jon