Re: User support for the debian-chinese-*
My opinion is to merge these two mailing list.
2008/4/30, Kanru Chen <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Hi Andrew,
> I think we should respect the opinions from who are actually using the
> lists, so I forward this mail to the lists.
> 2008/4/30 Andrew Lee <email@example.com>:
> > Dear folks,
> > Foka went on IRC and ask for merge debian-chinese-big5 and
> > debian-chinese-gb into one mailing list. Please check the log for
> > details or read these(I copied from my log) below:
> > 01:56 < foka> 我最近有?想法：如果把 debian-chinese-big5 和
> > debian-chinese-gb
> > 二合?一，大家看法如何？ :-)
> > 01:57 < aguai> foka: 不懂？
> > 01:57 < paulliu> 唔...?啥要做?件事??..:P
> > 01:57 < paulliu> aguai, 那是?? mailing list
> > 01:58 < foka> paulliu, 是??的：?在都是 UTF-8 年代了，也不再存在以前
> > Big5、GB2312 ?件??的??了。
> > 01:58 < paulliu> 嗯, 的?...不?我是??想的...其?那? big5 的意思??是
> > chinese-traditional
> > 01:59 < paulliu> ?然大家都是中?人...不?繁?跟??..?是?有一些??上
> > 的困?..
> > 02:01 < paulliu> 不?, debian-chinese-big5 ?有甚? traffic 就是了..
> > 02:01 < paulliu> ?然?只是我的看法而已啦..
> > 02:01 < paulliu> 我是?得, 繁?中文跟??中文, 有?是?分?的...
> > 02:02 < foka> 其?整????好；我??好多台??的朋友，很快熟???字
> > 了。大?朋友看繁?字，倒也不是??，只是?不出?而已。
> > 02:02 < paulliu> 是可以看的懂, 但是我自己的??是...偶?要猜...
> > 02:03 < foka> paulliu, 呵呵，正好互相??。 :-)
> > 02:03 < paulliu> 也???中文猜中意思的?率是 9x%, 日文?字 4x%......
> > Debian do have lists for different languages. I think it's easier for
> > support our users. Cause they can use their mother language to ask
> > question and got answer by the mother language. We have separately lists
> > because long time ago, we have encoding difference problem on big5 and
> > gb2312, so that we have two lists for Chinese.
> > But my opinion now Debian is a global community, it is not specfic for
> > any nation or racism. Who use traditional or simplified Chinese are
> > equal participant.
> > But everyone can has opinion. Paulliu said that traditional and
> > simplified Chinese are all Chinese, which I agreed. And Paulliu also
> > think traditional and simplified Chinese should be separate.
> > However the point I concerned is our users support and free software
> > community.
> > So I'd like to ask, what's you guys' opinion:
> > Does our community only limited in Taiwan or China?
> > Do you guys agree people from over the world can be also part of Debian
> > community?
> > You guys prefer to do the user support together or separately, and why?
> > Please give your valuable opinion.
> > Kindest regards,
> > -Andrew
> ~ Kanru Chen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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