mn is the code ISO-639 for the language, Mong is the CLDR code for the
script and CN is a code for the country where it is practices. The correct
LANGUAGE code is either khk or mvf because as a macro language that does
not have an existing project it is not eligible.

On 21 September 2016 at 15:44, thiemowmde <
no-re...@phabricator.wikimedia.org> wrote:

> thiemowmde moved this task from Doing to Proposed on the
> Wikidata-Sprint-2016-09-21 board.
> thiemowmde added a comment.
> I wonder about the upper casing. I can not find much information about
> this "language" code. It appears it is not a language, but Mongolian (mn)
> written in a specific script. I do find information about a "mn-Mong-CN"
> tag. What's the difference? What's the correct tag and in which standard is
> it defined? Which casing is the correct one?
> https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T137810
> https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/project/board/2197/
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> *To: *thiemowmde
> *Cc: *thiemowmde, Liuxinyu970226, Lydia_Pintscher, GerardM, Aklapper,
> Zppix, Popolon, D3r1ck01, Izno, Wikidata-bugs, aude, Mbch331
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