CLDR Change Requests
There are two ways to request changes (for bug fixes or new features):
Use the CLDR Survey Tool
fixing/adding most language-specific data
for more information (including opening an account), see Survey Tool.
File a Ticket
additions of new locales (see Adding New Locales, below)
defects in the survey tool
adding or changing non-language data (such as currency usage)
additions or changes to data that is not yet handled by the survey tool (collation, segmentation, and transliteration)
feature requests in CLDR or UTS #35: Locale Data Markup Language (LDML).
If you don't have an account, you'll see an image like the following.
If you see that dialog, please sign up for a Jira account.
In CLDR Bug Reports, please try to give as much information as possible to help address the issue, and please group related bugs (such as a list of problems with the LDML specification) into a single bug report.
A few areas are particularly tricky.
Adding New Locales
If you would like to add data for a new locale,
Make sure that you pick the right locale code for the new data. See Picking the Right Language Code
Gather the Core Data for New Locales. A new locale is only added if someone commits to supplying/maintaining the data.
Follow the instructions above to file a ticket, requesting the addition. Add the language code (#1) and core data (#2) in the ticket)
Get a Survey Tool Account, so that once the locale is added, you can manage the data in the Survey Tool. (see Survey Tool Accounts).