* Tomohiro KUBOTA <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2002-10-24 14:06]: > The mail that I am writing a reply is written in Japanese and pointing > out that charset of webpage is wrong. It is not a spam. > > For example, > > http://ddtp.debian.org/packages.debian.org/stable/admin/index.ja.html Skipped reading here -- this is not about the debian website, the ddtp is a whole different thing. According to the footer of that pages you should send requests for that to <email@example.com>, which I am doing with this message. Btw., grisu -- do you like to use content negotiation for your website, or do you really like to stick with hardcoded language links? And, if you like I can help you with the translation of your site, there seems to be some files missing. Do you use translation-check? > has the lines of > > <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"> > <meta name="Language" content="English"> > > which are apparently wrong. Especially, wrong charset causes the > translated part completely unreadable. (In reality, the Japanese > pages seem to be written in EUC-JP encoding.) > > Russian pages are also unreadable. I think it should be KOI8-R > encoding. > > > At Thu, 24 Oct 2002 09:08:50 +0900, > Fumitaka Kitagawa wrote: >> >> http://ddtp.debian.org/packages.debian.org/experimental/doc/parted-doc >> ?$B$r8+$^$7$?$i!"J8;z2=$1$7$^$9!#%X%C%@It$K >> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"> >> ?$B$H5-:\$5$l$F$$$k$N$,860x$G$9!# >> >> ?$B0J>e!"$4O"Mm$^$G!# Have fun, Alfie -- "you learned how to creep and you learned how to crawl but you never really learned anything at all" -- Clawfinger, "Catch Me"
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