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rfc2277 (IETF Policy on Character Sets and Languages) says:
> 2. Where to do internationalization
> Where protocol
> elements look like text tokens, such as in many IETF application
> layer protocols, protocols MUST specify which parts are protocol and
> which are text. [WR 220.127.116.11]
Which means [Syntaxes] should specify which syntaxes contain text and
which ones do not.
> 4.2. Requirement for language tagging
> Protocols that transfer text MUST provide for carrying information
> about the language of that text.
This implies that LDAP needs something like an Accept-Language extended
operation similar to the HTTP Accept-Language: header. It would specify
which languages the client prefers for LDAPResult.diagnosticMessage and
text in unsolicited notifications.