Hi Petter, Hi Justin, On Mo 23 Jan 2012 22:29:41 CET Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
[Justin B Rye]* Don't call them "file groups" - that would mean groups of files.In my vocabulary, they are actually named 'file groups' as opposed to 'net groups' which is a different kind of groups on Linux. The distiction is important, as we use both file and net groups in Debian Edu.
I heard this expression (file groups) from Petter for the first time and wasn't sure what he meant, either. I always refer to them as POSIX groups. But maybe other people (non-Unix folks) do not know what that is...
While I'm looking at this page, though: it's using predominantly en_US spellings, while others in the suite are using en_GB (for instance the Samba page talks about the "Network Neighbourhood").
That was me... (I like en_GB).
Looking at the distribution map of Skolelinux sites, en_GB would probably make more sense - should I do an overall consistency sweep?I would prefer en_GB, but it isn't important for me which one we pick.
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