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Re: guidelines? (was: format of date strings : british english proof reader needed)

also sprach Jon Evans <saeng2oo@googlemail.com> [2008.05.14.2118 +0100]:
> The benefit of having access to these guidelines is that they
> would have their own internationalised form of English.

To be honest, I think it'll be fine if we just grow the guidelines
as we encounter issues. Nobody wants to read a few pages of
guidelines before contributing. Yet, having some basic rules put
down somewhere make it easier for everyone: submitters if they're
unsure, and reviewers to back up their arguments when asking
submitters to change something.

Also, we'll have arguments like the date format once, not every
time. :)

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