At 2004-04-05T07:21:42Z, Katipo <email@example.com> writes: > To be placed in the position of taking a political stance, without prior > knowledge and consultation is odious. Let's try this from the other direction. ISO says that Taiwan's name is really "Taiwain, R.O.C.". If Debian accepts every other ISO name from that list, but rejects "Taiwan, R.O.C.", isn't *that* also a political stance? Namely, that Debian is officially protesting ISO's description of Taiwan as a R.O.C.? So, would you suggest taking this stance without informing and consulting the rest of the Debian users who have no opinion on Taiwan's sovereign status? -- Kirk Strauser In Googlis non est, ergo non est.
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