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Re: Do we need policy changes?

>> On Sun, 20 Apr 2003 00:26:04 +0200,
>> Nikolai Prokoschenko <nikolai@prokoschenko.de> said: 

 > What I think about is some regulated way to care about the needs of
 > international debian users. Let's take an example: some
 > programmplays badly along with UTF-8 and therefore can't be
 > properly used by me, as I need e.g. both German and Russian. I can
 > as well file a bug against it, but it wouldn't matter much, as the
 > maintainer would just say 'it's not supported upstream' and nothing
 > would happen. 

	And what exactly have *YOU* done about it, apart from whinging?

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