Re: More info about #228486 / #235759
> My concern is to push what German
> translators decided, I do not care whether this is in favor of
> English quotes or guillemots.
I'd like to add, that the decision taken by the German tranlation team
is a pure consensus. It is not based on a majority vote. I've hardly
seen any "discussion" that has been that clear. And moreover we are the
ones being affected by that transliteration.
> > The upstream lead developer is german, he wrote the original
> > transliteration,
> No, he gets it from some specs (I do not remember exactly, maybe in
> Unicode) which give transliteration for some symbols. But these
> rules are given in general case, and are superseded by national rules
> when they are defined.
As stated before , one source might be
As was said before , it is a general case rule.