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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0504ReqCulturalAspects" by MasakiItagaki

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Date: Thu, 19 May 2005 05:43:20 -0000
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http://esw.w3.org/topic/its0504ReqCulturalAspects


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  = Cultural Aspects of the Content =
  
  
- == Requirement ==
+ == Summary==
  
  It must be possible to specify finer or coarser granularity of cultural aspects of content than a language, locale or country. Such aspects may include script usages, regions, geographical areas, dialects or content context. The declaration of such an attribute should be done at the beginning of a document. Any content within a document which varies from the primary declaration should be labeled appropriately.
   
  
- == Background ==
+ == Challenge/Issue ==
  
  In order to successfully and efficiently parse document content, there should be more information than a language or a locale. Examples of issues are as followings: 
  
@@ -34, +34 @@

  == Notes ==
  RFC 3066bis called “Tags for Identifying Languages” ([http://www.inter-locale.com/ID/draft-phillips-langtags-10.html#variant]), defines the vast details of the structure and usage of language tags extended from RFC 3066. This proposes ways to define extended language subtags, such as variant subtags, region subtags and private use subtags, which could be solutions for the issues described above. See also supplementary information for RFC 3066bis [http://users.adelphia.net/~dewell/rfc3066bis-codes.html].    
  
+ == Quick Guideline Thoughts ==
+ 
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