Re: Bug#428195: krb5: [debconf_rewrite] Debconf templates review
On (10/06/07 11:46), Christian Perrier wrote:
> Quoting MJ Ray (email@example.com):
> > Christian Perrier <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > This has been discussed on dle and we finally settled that the use of
> > > single quote is what's the closest to the official English
> > > typography's quotes. [...]
> > I was not part of that discussion. What subject was that under?
> Frankly speaking, I can't tell. This happened during the first
> reviews. Justin or James may remember and they probably have better
> arguments than mine.
It was the ocsinventory-agent thread, but it wasn't really a discussion.
I don't have a strong preference myself, and actually use both depending
on the situation.
Typographically the shaped quotes are generally used, but there is no
consistency in literature as to single/double quotes. I think we can
pick either without anyone being able to say that it is wrong. It is
definitely a personal style choice, but it is a small one in my eyes.
I think we either just pick one, and we have used one style so far, or
just keep whatever the maintainer chose, as I don't think consistency
here is crucial.
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