--- Comment #8 from Philippe Verdy <> ---
For example the change from "zh-hak" to "hak" only is NOT required for
conformance to HTML standard; "zh-hak" remains fully conforming to BCP 47, even
if it has now a "preferred" value, and is now in deprecation (but not

The real language tags that are violating BCP 47 are for example:
* "nrm" (it also violates ISO 639-3)
* "roa-tara" (it also violates ISO 15924)
* "simple"

The language tag "pa-Guru" you "corrected" by replacing it by "pa" was
perfectly correct; now it is more ambiguous (and breaks some renderers unable
to choose the appropriate font to use for this language written in multiple

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