Bug#522776: debian-policy: mandate existence of a standardised UTF-8 locale
Roger Leigh, le Fri 03 Sep 2010 14:52:39 +0100, a écrit :
> On Fri, Sep 03, 2010 at 01:37:24AM +0200, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> > without any convergence.
> I think reading back through the entire log,
Thanks for having done it!
> people who were initially
> rather opposed to the proposal did come around once they appreciated
> exactly what the changes would be, and why they were needed.
Ok. There was still a question of en_US.UTF-8 vs C.UTF-8, but I believe
the "en_US.UTF-8 is fine enough" argument doesn't hold any more since
some other people say that it isn't for them.
> There were no objections to having a UTF-8 locale installed and
> available by default, just to it *being* the default. Taking this
> first small step is IMO important to do, preferably for squeeze if
> possible. Since it's a tiny one-liner change, this should be no
> trouble in getting this done.
I believe so too, I just didn't want to push it too much, but yes, I
believe that's something that shouldn't break Squeeze at all.