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Re: concensus on removing TeX and Emacs from standard

On Fri, Dec 31, 1999 at 11:59:59PM +0100, Magnus Danielson wrote:
> From: Tomasz Wegrzanowski <maniek@beer.com>
> Subject: Re: concensus on removing TeX and Emacs from standard
> Date: Fri, 31 Dec 1999 22:45:22 +0100
> > Hey !
> Hi there!
> > I hasnt been very understood (did I use another English than you ?, no matter ;-))
> No, me not think so (intentionally bad english).
> > I'd like to see one reasonable english dictionary in Std, say ienglish, and the other :
> > ibritish, iamerican, iaustralian, iirishenglish, iscottenglish, ipigenglish, ipolishenglish,
> > ichinessenglish etc. in Opt
> Ah. So sorry. ienglish should be in std in my mind and let the derivates
> (like iswenglish) out of std.
> > And Im asking again if korn shell is so widely used to put it to Std.
> > I think Opt is reasonable place for it.
> For whatever little voice mine is, I think it is safe to put it in Opt. Those
> that use Korn Shell knows it and can select it.
> > Happy new year 19:0
> Happy New Year (53 min. left over here)
> Magnus

Why not a pseudopackage called ienglish that each of the iamerican,
ibritish, etc. provide?  Then the users can pick what they want.
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