On Tue, May 07, 2002 at 09:21:32PM +0100, Michael Everson wrote:
> That is NOT what the JAC said it would do. The JAC said they would do
> the following:
> o New codes will no longer be added to ISO 639-1 after the publication
> of a revised standard unless they are also added to ISO 639-2.
I think this is a storm in a glass of water: The rule says that there
may be additions to ISO 639-1 but only if the language is also encoded
in ISO 639-2. What is your problem with satbility here, Michael?
For Internet purposes I cannot see a problem whatsoever.