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Discussion of "landa"
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Comment #1: ISO 3166-2
Curtis W Franks (Wed Sep 14 11:08:58 2016)

ISO 3166-2 requires a hyphen. Should we just ignore the hyphen as the TERIS
proposal does for Unicode/emojis? An issue is that confusion could well
arise between ISO 3166-2 (which uses ISO 3166-1 alpha-2) and ISO 3166-1
alpha-3 leading to, at best, garden-pathing.

Comment #2: Re: ISO 3166-2
gleki (Wed Sep 14 11:10:05 2016)

krtisfranks wrote:
> ISO 3166-2 requires a hyphen. Should we just ignore the hyphen as the
TERIS
> proposal does for Unicode/emojis? An issue is that confusion could well
> arise between ISO 3166-2 (which uses ISO 3166-1 alpha-2) and ISO 3166-1
> alpha-3 leading to, at best, garden-pathing.


use pi/pi'e?

Comment #3: Re: ISO 3166-2
Curtis W Franks (Wed Sep 14 19:29:27 2016)

gleki wrote:
> krtisfranks wrote:
> > ISO 3166-2 requires a hyphen. Should we just ignore the hyphen as the
> TERIS
> > proposal does for Unicode/emojis? An issue is that confusion could well

> > arise between ISO 3166-2 (which uses ISO 3166-1 alpha-2) and ISO 3166-1

> > alpha-3 leading to, at best, garden-pathing.
>
>
> use pi/pi'e?

pi'e was my thought. It does not quite work with ISO zi'evla conventions,
butbit should work in this situation if people are willing to diversify its
meaning slightly in general strings.

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