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LINGUIST List 20.2640

Wed Jul 29 2009

All: ISO 639-3: Requested Code Changes (Region: Pacific)

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        1.    Joan Spanne, ISO 639-3: Requested Code Changes (Region: Pacific)

Message 1: ISO 639-3: Requested Code Changes (Region: Pacific)
Date: 29-Jul-2009
From: Joan Spanne <iso639-3sil.org>
Subject: ISO 639-3: Requested Code Changes (Region: Pacific)
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Are you aware of inaccuracies in the ISO 639-3 standard codes for the
identification of languages relating to your area of expertise? If so,
please consider taking a fairly simple step to get them fixed! Submit a
"change request" stating the nature of the change needed, the rationale for
it, and the evidence in support of it. Change requests to be processed and
decided at the end of 2009 are now being accepted.

Included here are the change requests for the Pacific that been received during
the period since the last review cycle:
Pacific xbb Lower Burdekin
Pacific hot Hote
Pacific ddi Diodio
Pacific wgb Wagawaga
Pacific wgw Wagawaga
Pacific ylb Yaleba
Pacific xwu Wagu
Pacific nlf Nigilu
Pacific klm Kolom
Pacific bdf Biage
Pacific kdb Mountain Koiali
Pacific kpx Mountain Koiali
Pacific dev Domung
Pacific dou Domung
Pacific gav Gabutamon
Pacific ytw Yout Wam

The submission deadline for this year is September 1, 2009. It is a good
idea to send in requests as early as possible. Requests sometimes require
clarification or expansion to be sure that everything is complete for
review and evaluation. Details on the process and the forms needed may be
found at:


To see all change requests, please visit:


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