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[ESW Wiki] Update of "its0504ReqCulturalAspects" by MasakiItagaki

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Date: Tue, 31 May 2005 08:18:51 -0000
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  '''[[CL]] Looking at the examples I am wondering whether we have to destinguish between 'prescriptive' and 'descriptive' cultural information. 'prescriptive' information would say for example 'You have to use Da/dearu tone when translating this'. 'descriptive' information would say for example 'All dates are Yoreki'.'''
  
+ [[MI The example of writing tyles are still "descriptive." Nothing here instructs users to use a certain style. It's just information about translation styles or even context that are important to reuse localized content (otherwise, different styles or terms that are dependent on context could be mixed in one set of reused content chunks). Again, this requirement is about something that just a langauge and a locale can't conver. ]]
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  == 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].    
  
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