[sw-l] Re: Country and Language Codes, and standardization with ISO
signuno at YAHOO.FR
Thu Sep 30 13:44:13 UTC 2004
--- Valerie Sutton <sutton at signwriting.org> a écrit :
> Meanwhile, regarding the code of your Signuno
> system...one of the
> problems with a signed language that is not
> naturally-evolved in one
> region of the world, is that it has to have a
> different code to show
> that fact. So we can work together to create an
> excellent code...but
> let us take this slowly and talk through all the
That's no problem, slow is good for me.
> associated with Esperato. And Gestuno, which is
> another system, does
> not seem to have a language code in the ISO...I
> couldn't find one
I don't think Gestuno has a code, although it should
considering that there is at least one Gestuno
dokument on the web at
(does anyone recognize the writing system used there?)
Esperanto has had a code for a long time (which isn't
surprising considering an ISO founder was I'm told an
Esperanto speaker). The two letter code is "eo" and
the three letter code is "epo". So I guess Everson
would suggest using sgn-epo as he uses 2 letters for
countries and 3 letters for languages.
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