[ltli] Use of HTTP Accept-Language header for a locale model. (#26)

r12a has just created a new issue for https://github.com/w3c/ltli:

== Use of HTTP Accept-Language header for a locale model. ==

> Historically, locales were identified by the programming language or operating environment of the user. This application-specific identifier was often inferred from language tags. For example, an implementation could map a language tag from an existing protocol, such as HTTP's Accept-Language header, to its locale model.

What if the header value was a list of language tags – that wouldn't work. Perhaps the current wording makes this seem like a too-plausible option.  It is also problematic if not working over http.  Do we have a better example?

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