To submit data with the Unicode CLDR survey tool, you will need an account for ID (your email address). If you don't have an account, you can view all the data, but cannot submit data.To determine
whether you need an account for what you want to do, see
When Do You Need a Survey Tool Account?
If you only wish to report one little bug, you may be able to simply
file a ticket.
There are three types of accounts:
- Representatives belonging to Unicode member organizations in the CLDR technical committee will receive instructions from their CLDR contacts.
- Representatives from other Unicode member organizations (including liaison members) also get more weight in resolving conflicts. So if you are associated with a Unicode member organization, be sure to have that member's Unicode contact submit your name directly for an account.
- If there is an official organization for your language that would like to have liaison status for contributing data, please file a separate ticket under CLDR Change Requests.
- Other individuals can request accounts via the Unicode contact form. In resolving conflicts, they are treated as if they all belong to a single organization ("Guest").
When you request an account, you must list all of the locale(s) that you would like to provide data for, using the locale codes on Locales. If the locale is not present in CLDR, you can request that it be added, and you will be expected to provide certain core data to begin the process. Please see
Adding New Locales under CLDR Change Requests.
Once you have an account, open the Unicode CLDR Survey Tool
, click the 'Login' button and fill in your email address and password.
- Note, sessions expire after some time. If the session expires, you will have to login again.