Re: Bug#239092: ITP: mozilla-thunderbird-locale-uk -- Mozilla Thunderbird Ukrainian Language/Region Package
* Michal Politowski (firstname.lastname@example.org) [040322 15:40]:
> On Mon, 22 Mar 2004 15:17:13 +0100, Andreas Barth wrote:
> > * Eugeniy Meshcheryakov (email@example.com) [040322 14:55]:
> > > I used name mozilla-thunderbird-locale-uk because of other packages
> > > named such way (PACKAGE-locale-LANG), examples:
> > Well, I connect "uk" to the united kingdom. What speaks against using
> > -locale-ua, as ua _is_ the iso 3166-code for the country?
> Localization stuff is generally marked with the language code first,
> country code may come second if it is necessary.
> Eg. what do you expect to find in /usr/share/locale/uk?
You probably won't like it, but _I_ expect there english stuff. (You
don't need to argue with me that this expectation is illogical and
wrong, but you asked me what I would expect, not what would be the
right thing to do.)
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