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Re: [d-i] Problems with various debconf templates

On Mon, Sep 02, 2002 at 10:36:41AM +0200, Martin Sjögren wrote:
> mån 2002-09-02 klockan 10.27 skrev Denis Barbier:
> > I was unclear, sorry, here is the problematic template:
> >   Template: mirror/country
> >   Type: select
> >   Choices: ${countries}
> >   Default: United States
> >   Description: Use a mirror from what country?
> >    The goal is to find a mirror that is close to you on the network -- be
> >    aware that near countries, or even your own, may not be the best choice.
> But still, language is orthogonal to country. You don't want to
> translate the country

Are you kidding?  I surely do want to see translated country names.

> not even the default value.  If we always used the ll_CC notation it
> would be possible, but it would be a lot of redundancy involved.

It would even not be 100% accurate, but translators can decide whether
providing another default for their language does make sense.


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