18 Feb 2009 robocoder   » (Journeyer)

No. No. NO! Who's bright idea was it to construct this malformed Accept-Language?

  • en-US,en;q=0.7,chrome://global/locale/intl.properties;q=0.3
"chrome://..." is neither a language tag (per RFC 3282) nor CFWS (per RFC 2822) *grumble*

And where does this originate from?

  • en-securid
It isn't registered in IANA's language subtag registry. The owner should use either x-en-securid or en-x-securid. *grumble*

Currently debating the merits of inferring the country when the language tag is composed of a primary subtag only (e.g., no region subtag). Reading: RFC 4646, RFC 4647

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