Quoting martin f krafft (email@example.com): > also sprach Christian Perrier <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2009.10.28.0726 +0100]: > > - write an en_CH locale and convince glibc maintainers to include it > > in locales > > You should know me better, Christian! #552561 ;) I'm not sure I would support it strongly as it would open the gates for any kind of locales. It's probably hard to set a strong policy on locales and I don't exactly know the policy used by glibc upstream. It's quite probable that they decide to include a locale for a language_country combination when the said language has the status of official language in the said country (with an exception for regional languages where the policy is probably to create a locale when the said regional language is noticeably spoken as primary language y a significant part of the population). It's hard to draw lines here, but I don't think that en_CH fits such criteria. otherwise we would end up with hundreds of en_FOO locales... > > Thanks for your other replies. It all makes sense, of course. Yes, > I installed as expert. Yes, I think we can improve Debian even for > experts. No, I do not expect anyone to do invasive changes for me, > and no, I probably won't do them myself anytime soon — if at all. You got an answer by Frans in the meantime. I wrote mine earlier but it got out of my laptop later which explains why both may appear as slightly contradictory.
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