Re: sensible-x-terminal and x-terminal-emulator
From: Robert Bihlmeyer <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: sensible-x-terminal and x-terminal-emulator
Date: 23 Jun 2000 15:02:31 +0200
> Atsuhito Kohda <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > But the necessity depends on the cases. For English-speaking
> > and/or European people, X terminals might be the problem of
> > preference but for us multibyte-language speakers it is the
> > inevitable problem. And as Debian is highly internationalized
> > so the necessity increases much, IMHO.
> Why don't you write a sensible-x-terminal script, and package it? Then
> everybody unsatisfied with the current solution can install it. I
> don't think policy discussion is necessary for that.
Yes perhaps you are right and if many Debian developers
think in the same way there is no problem.
As I am not a developer yet so I posted the request only
because I simply think it necessary for Debian.
(This is the first reason why I do not write and package it ;-)
The reason why I think some discussions and/or agreement
are necessary is
- it might be better if many packages adopt sensible-x-terminal
so agreement is necessary.
(it seems only the maintainer of language-env expressed
approval to the request)
- also I was taught and knew that this was already discussed (or
caused bigflamawar?) so it might be necessary to get agreement.
BTW there is almost no response and I wonder
- this means there is no objection?
- many of you are already bored with this issue?
- only neglected?
Best Regards, 2000.6.24
Debian JP Developer - much more I18N of Debian
Atsuhito Kohda <email@example.com>
Department of Math., Tokushima Univ.