Re: Debian pages in Esperanto
--- George Partlow <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The alternative would be to use quotation marks to show that they are
> proper names, and add the grammatical endings to those; so "Debian"-a
> and "Linux"-a.
> (One of the problems is that "x" is not a letter in the Esperanto
> alphabet; the sound "x" is represented by "ks").
> I've never seen anyone write "kobola" as the adjective form of
> COBOL, for example, so I think we're all used to that, even though it
> violates the Esperanto spelling rules ("C" would normally be
> pronounced like the "Ts" in "Tsar", not with a "k" sound).
Or maybe typing in proper name + how to read it, like "Linux" (red:
That's usually appear in newspapers, magazines, etc.. AFAIK.
Just a thought.
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