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Re: [PROPOSAL]: encourage use of utf-8 in documentation and clarify encoding issues

On 07-Jun-01, 09:58 (CDT), Radovan Garabik <garabik@melkor.dnp.fmph.uniba.sk> wrote: 
> +	<p>
> +          Original upstream documentation, if in encoding other than UTF-8
> +          or the well-established encoding for the particular language,
> +          should be converted either to UTF-8 or to the well-established
> +          encoding. Choice between UTF-8 and other encoding is left to the
> +          maintainer discretion, however, one package should have all the
> +          documentation in one consistent encoding for one language.

One bug:

        "the maintainer discretion" should be "the maintainer's

One suggestion: I think that last phrase might be better expressed as 

        "...however, the documentation for any single package should use
        only one encoding."


Steve Greenland <stevegr@debian.org>
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