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Re: Bye bye inconsistencies

On Mon, 2007-05-21 at 06:48 +0200, Bart Couvreur wrote:

> Chester Cheng schreef:
> > 
> > Wouldn't it be "en-US" / "en-AU", based on RFC3066?
> > http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3066.txt
> > 
> > Cheers,
> > Chester
> > 
> Aha, I knew I missed something when looking up the standards yesterday.
> OTOH, this would mean inconsistencies in our main CVS, as we use en_US
> everywhere. The same counts for the trans CVS, which we should update
> accordingly, if we want to be okay with the rfc.

When you say trans CVS, do you mean cvsl10n/cvs.fedoraproject.org or

Oh, I see, yes, the same error is used throughout i18n.redhat.com.  I
believe Fedora Docs inherited our usage habits from there.

So, considering the scope, this sounds like something we'll save for
post-F7 release.  It includes updating our toolchain, all content in
CVS, and how we publish.

- Karsten, eye on Plone :)
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