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Re: Bug#144456: ITP: qref -- debian quick reference.

On Sun, May 05, 2002 at 12:35:31PM -0700, Daniel Quinlan wrote:
> Chris Tillman <tillman@voicetrak.com> writes:
> > I like those ideas. And I think the most important thing is to get some
> > sort of i18n system in place, whether perfect or not.
> >
> > For my .02 worth: It always seems better to me, to make a separate
> > directory named for the lang itself rather than a separate directory
> > with the lang appended with a - or something. If we were to stick with
> > that convention, it would be quite easy to extract all of one
> > languages' documentation in the end, plus users would come to know what
> > to expect. I didn't see anything relevant in the FHS - should there be?
> > (cc'ing to quinlan@pathname.com) Aside from documentation, as our 
> > operating system itself becomes more i18n'd, a standard becomes more 
> > important.
> I would be very happy to accept a proposed patch to FHS (and it would be
> fastest if someone from Debian could contribute it).  I would recommend
> using the above plus the /usr/share/man specification as a starting
> point.

/me shuts up now, having stirred the pot as a non-dd.

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