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I strongly agree with Michael on this.

What action is therefore necessary?

John

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Subject: Re: Serbo-Croatian in 639-2
From:    "Michael Everson" <[log in to unmask]>
Date:    Tue, May 31, 2005 3:46 pm
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At 10:14 -0400 2005-05-31, Rebecca S. Guenther wrote:
>As I mentioned the notes from our 2000 meeting said that we were
>deprecating "sh". I recall there being consensus on this point. I agree
with Peter that we need to make a decision. It is totally confusing to
have had it listed as deprecated (since 2000) in the change list. I'm
wondering if it was intentional or an oversight when it was then
published in ISO 639-1?

You can recommend precise tags for when you can determine if
something is Serbian or Bosnian or Croatian but the fact remains that a
book entitled "Srpskohrvatski slovnik" is a Serbo-Croatian
dictionary, not anything else. The "sh" code has a use.
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