James A. Treacy writes:
> Peter Karlsson wrote:
> > I'm thinking of splitting of /international/Swedish into several pages,
> > and would thus like to create a subdir of /international:
> > 1. Should the subdir be written with upper- or lowercase S?
> I'd prefer a capital because we should have a standard way of
> accessing these pages and most of the languages currently use
> an initial capital. The only exception is spanish.
I can change Spanish file names, if this is an issue...
> There is now a symlink, intl -> international, because of complaints
> of the length of the urls. Personally, I think this is silly, but I'm
> only one person. Additionally, there has been some interest that we
> allow language abbreviations useing the two letter ISO codes. This
> isn't a bad idea because it is less language specific (it is an
> international standard after all). Currently, the only one is for
> Chinese (zh). Thus, the following urls are equavilent:
> Please give your opinion on this.
I find it ok.
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