Re: Bug#239092: ITP: mozilla-thunderbird-locale-uk -- Mozilla Thunderbird Ukrainian Language/Region Package
On Mon, 22 Mar 2004 15:17:13 +0100, Andreas Barth wrote:
> * Eugeniy Meshcheryakov (firstname.lastname@example.org) [040322 14:55]:
> > I used name mozilla-thunderbird-locale-uk because of other packages
> > named such way (PACKAGE-locale-LANG), examples:
> Well, I connect "uk" to the united kingdom. What speaks against using
> -locale-ua, as ua _is_ the iso 3166-code for the country?
Localization stuff is generally marked with the language code first,
country code may come second if it is necessary.
Eg. what do you expect to find in /usr/share/locale/uk?
Michał Politowski -- email@example.com
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