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Bug#299321: marked as done (bsdmainutils: [calendar] Bulgarian entries (maybe calendar.bulgarian))

Your message dated Mon, 2 Nov 2009 11:56:49 +0100
with message-id <20091102105649.GA8797@feivel.credativ.lan>
and subject line Closing
has caused the Debian Bug report #299321,
regarding bsdmainutils: [calendar] Bulgarian entries (maybe calendar.bulgarian)
to be marked as done.

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Package: bsdmainutils
Version: 6.0.14
Severity: wishlist


I have written some Bulgarian entries. Because I am not shure what will
happen to the encoding, I am not sending them, but one can see them on the
page (HTML)


The text should be readable as cp1251. I have tried to write the English

The first group of dates are related to the Orthodox Easter.
Public holidays follow. Maybe it makes sense to separate the different


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With the link being dead and the submitters email address bouncing I see no way
to incorporate the Bulgarian calendar and therefore just close this bug report.

Michael Meskes
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