Re: guidelines? (was: format of date strings : british english proof reader needed)
Most large organisations will have their own in-house style guide so why
I wonder if IBM or someone could be persuaded to either help contribute
towards a style guide or give us a copy of their in-house style guide to have
a look at?
The benefit of having access to these guidelines is that they would have their
own internationalised form of English.
There's no need to go over the top with it I know, and there might be a danger
of it becoming a drain of energy and resources, but it would be handy to have
a style guide on hand to use as a working reference when editing or proofing.
Everyone their own football!
On Wednesday 14 May 2008 3:39:28 pm Jeff Richards wrote:
> On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 5:57 AM, martin f krafft <email@example.com> wrote:
> > also sprach Jon Evans <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2008.05.14.1345 +0100]:
> >> Have the guidlines been updated?
> > Do we have any?
> There's guidelines for the times.debian.net at
> And then guidelines for the project news at
> Both have been updated. I couldn't locate any for the Publicity Team
> in general. For the future we might consider having just one set of
> guidelines and have it apply to all Publicity related projects.