bryan at 7thposition.com
Thu Nov 24 14:44:16 UTC 2016
Worth mentioning here that iD might be doing the wrong thing:
We are using wikimedia as our source for languages, which is where the "zh-yue" came from.
As mentioned in the ticket, I’m planning to switch this to a more proper language list.
CLDR has: https://github.com/unicode-cldr/cldr-core/blob/master/availableLocales.json <https://github.com/unicode-cldr/cldr-core/blob/master/availableLocales.json>
So `name:zh` and `name:yue` are probably both valid language codes, and `name:zh-yue` probably is not.
> On Nov 24, 2016, at 8:53 AM, jc86035 <jc86035 at openmailbox.org> wrote:
> Mostly in Hong Kong, some places with Cantonese names use name:yue=*,
> whereas others use name:zh-yue=* (which is supported by iD). Should
> those objects using the former be changed to use the latter? (In
> addition, should those objects with name:zh-yue=* same as name:zh=* have
> name:zh-yue=* deleted?)
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